Healthy boundaries mean you take responsibility for your decisions, actions, and emotions; and you don’t try to take responsibility for others’ actions or emotions.Boundaries help us live out our self-worth with integrity. They help us feel stable and secure through daily life. Setting boundaries means to align your needs and intentions with how you act, and how you accept other people treat you. It also means you respect other people’s boundaries and don’t disregard their personal space. Unfortunately, it’s quite uncommon to learn or practice healthy boundaries growing up. And this can spiral into a lifestyle that goes hand-in-hand with addiction.