Tonight I attended a work training on de-escalating students in crisis mode (MANDT Training). Much focus tonight was on boundaries (which, of course, reminded me of this forum). As is taught in many classes, "Personal Space" is generally agreed to be 3-4 ft apart (comfort zone between 2 people communicating). To get any closer than 3-4 ft apart is often considered an act of aggression unless it's an "intimate" relationship. Question --- How many of our difficult child's speak to us in closer proximity than 3-4 ft when they are aggressors? Do they get inches from your/our face or yell from a greater distance when they're angry? Curious.... Your experiences?