Have you ever noticed that people have no boundaries? They think nothing of going beyond curiosity to being nosy.  They will ask questions that are really none of their business.  When two people meet, they obviously ask questions about the other person in an effort to get to know one another.  However, there are people who have no clue about boundaries and simply go too far.  If a person wants to tell you something they will.  There is no need to press on with all types of questions or assumptions that will lead to the answers they are seeking.  There are also physical boundaries.  Many people think nothing of touching others.  There are individuals who don’t like hugging, being kissed by strangers, etc.  Just the other day, a baby died from meningitis because a stranger kissed her.  The parents are devastated and posted on the internet that strangers should not touch, hold, or kiss babies.  There are characters in reality like like Mr. Monk.  They have germ phobias and can’t stand shaking hands.  That is why he always has his wipes handy.  Early on children need limits and boundaries.  If they don’t learn at an early age, it can be a harsh lesson as they mature.  When playing sports, children learn about being out of bounds.  What they also need to learn as to what is out of bounds in behavior and speech.  When a special needs child has an incident, they have no concept of boundaries.  However, adults who are rude, make remarks, or say unpleasant words should have been taught that their behavior was unacceptable.  In the Good Gus series there was only one child with special needs, Katie.  Her situation was that she was in a wheelchair and couldn’t walk.  She was introduced in book twenty-two, “The Field Trip.”  The books that are published are available exclusively on line and on Kindle worldwide.  If the people around you do not understand boundaries, relax and read “Misplaced Trust.”  It is available on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.