In 2014, Olson, DeFrain, and Skogrand, on page 410 of Marriages and families: Intimacy, diversity, and strengths, quoted Boss as saying, “The task – when the problem . . . has no solution – is not to seek a solution, but rather, to help people find the strength and resilience to live with the ambiguity.”
What are some of the situations in which boundary ambiguity might occur? What are some examples of ways to help people live with ambiguity? How often do you believe boundary ambiguity is a part of family life?
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