Creating Better Relationship Boundaries

Creating Better Relationship Boundaries - Bear Psychology Radio Show hosted by Dr. Anna Baranowsky with guest Juliane Taylor Shore.

If you are interested in learning how to assert yourself in the workplace, navigate tumultuous family dynamics, or establish boundaries in romantic relationships, this show is for you.  Boundaries are the invisible lines that define the limits of our emotional and physical space, safeguarding our well-being and preserving our sense of self. Yet, for many, setting and maintaining boundaries can be a daunting task, fraught with uncertainty and discomfort. In her book, "Setting Boundaries That Stick" Juliane Taylor Shore offers a beacon of hope for those seeking to cultivate healthier relationships and reclaim their personal power. Through the lens of neurobiology, Shore illuminates the intricacies of boundary-setting, providing readers with practical tools to rewire their brains and foster a profound sense of safety, connection, and empowerment.

Listen to our conversation with therapist & author Juliane Taylor Shore as we discuss how to embark on our own transformative journeys towards greater self-compassion, authenticity, and empowerment.



Juliane Taylor Shore is a renowned expert in the fields of psychology and neuroscience, with a passion for empowering individuals to lead fulfilling and authentic lives. As a licensed therapist and educator, Shore brings a wealth of clinical experience and academic insight to her work. With a focus on integrating cutting-edge research with practical strategies, she has become a trusted voice in the realm of mental health and personal development.

Juliane Shore’s book focuses on guiding readers to rewire brains to establish and maintain healthy boundaries using the latest findings in neuroscience. From understanding the physiological mechanisms underlying boundary violations to implementing effective communication techniques, Shore offers a comprehensive roadmap for transforming relationships and reclaiming agency over one's life. The book contains engaging anecdotes, practical exercises, and even action based advice to empower readers to cultivate greater self-awareness, assertiveness, and emotional resilience.

Listen to our conversation with Juliane Taylor Shore as we discuss the importance of honoring our own needs and values in a world where boundaries are often overlooked.


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Access “Compassion Fatigue Resiliency & Recovery” with Dr. Anna Baranowsky & Dr. J. Eric Gentry.  You can find the audio recording at:

Access the complete “Trauma Recovery NOW!” audio program at.