The Sleepover Club: Boundaries And The Cult Of Self

Are your boundaries really serving you? We're urged to put up walls when it comes to friends and loved ones, but on this week's podcast Ione and Olivia are discussing whether online rhetoric surrounding boundaries is actually helping us live our best lives. If they really worked, then surely we wouldn't all be burnt out, collapsing under the weight of capitalism. We're making the case for reassessing where your boundaries are placed, as well as allowing yourself laziness while leaving behind the hyper-pressure to constantly be over-achieving.


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