Boundaries Workbook

A companion guide to The New York Times bestseller Boundaries, the updated and expanded Boundaries Workbook by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend provides practical, non-theoretical exercises that will help you set healthy boundaries with parents, spouses, children, friends, bosses, coworkers, and technology.

This newly updated and expanded companion workbook provides practical exercises for setting boundaries in marriage, parenting, business, and friendships in a digital age.

Following the newly updated and expanded edition of Boundaries chapter-by-chapter, this interactive workbook helps you look at specific relationships in your own life. With those situations in mind, you can ask and answer:

  • Why do I feel guilty about setting clear boundaries?
  • What if the boundaries I set hurt the other person?
  • Is it difficult for me to hear no from others?
  • What are examples of legitimate boundaries at work and home?
  • How can I have good boundaries online?
  • How can I stay connected while still setting boundaries with my phone?
  • In what ways do I need to set better boundaries with social media?

The Boundaries Workbook gives a biblical foundation and practical tools for helping others respect your boundaries—whether you are not responding to a text message immediately or saying no when someone asks you to volunteer for one more activity.

Discover firsthand how good boundaries give you the freedom to live as the loving, generous, fulfilled person God created you to be.


“As a Christian, I believe EVERY Christian should read this!! As a therapist myself, I use the information and tools from this workbook all the time to help my clients understand how important boundaries are!”

“What I find most remarkable about the Boundaries Workbook is that it works so well with the book and the series if you are taking it as a study. The workbook can be used alone without the group study, and asks more probing questions when it comes to defining your own personal boundaries. This workbook goes further than the book does in asking you what lies behind your boundary issues.”
Stephanie M.