Read the accompanying Sex, Withdrawal and Boundaries post first. We are looking for anyone interested in the material raised there to comment on or add to the set of questions below.
We are so insensitive to the fact that our skin and gut principally, but also bladder and maybe the inner linings of our lungs, our boundary, likely sees, hears, tastes, smells and encounter our world in a lot of ways that are important to our experience but which we may never pay heed to until our experience changes – until something is lost.
We need questions to build into the form below, or examples to illustrate some of the changes. There may be lots of phrases in languages other than English that bring home the point that our boundary is where it all happens.
Once we have this in good shape we will be looking to test it out in people with withdrawal problems and PSSD, PGAD, PFS and PRSD.