Material boundaries refer to your limits around your items and possessions like your home, car, clothing, jewelry, furniture, money, etc. It’s important to take a moment and reflect on what you will or will not share, and how you expect your items and materials to be treated by the people you share them with. You also get to decide who you share what with. Also having boundaries on how your material items are treated is healthy and prevents resentment in your relationships. It’s up to you to communicate where your boundaries are so others know what your expectations and preferences are. You’ll also need to know what material boundary violations look like, and what you will do if one of your material boundaries is violated. In this talk you’ll learn all of that, and more.