Have you ever wanted to say to someone, “You’re in my space?”
Your breathing room.
Your office space.
Your personal space.
Is there be a moment or place where no one is allowed to bother you?
Your desk at work, they tell you to make it feel like home, by putting on it some of your personal things. You will be happy, like family pictures on it. Then someone comes to your desk where you have yourself personal items at, borrowing things off it with no thought to ask you. If you don’t believe that think about each and everything on your desk that is work related is your responsibility. It can be stressful not to have the time you need to complete the task.
A lot of people want to invade that space; they don’t feel that you would actually want a little room to yourself. Why is that?
What about places like the bathroom, have you ever had someone knocked on the door and asked what are you doing? How long are you going to be? Can they come in?
Do you really think you need the personal space, that time or minute to breathe freely and intake your life and your time for you? Does a close door mean anything?
Of course, I am talking about the boundary that can seen, but there are ones that you can’t see, that another thing. It always amazes me when I see someone standing too close to a perfect stranger when there is plenty of room. If you were in an elevator, and there were only two people in it, why were the other person want to stand next right next to you?