Episode 68 - Alison Cook

Most of us probably would agree that boundaries are an important part of any relationship. But what about our relationships with ourselves? In her years as a professional counselor, Alison Cook has discovered that boundaries aren’t just necessary between each other, but within our own souls as well. Alison sits down with Davey to discuss some of the ideas that she shares in her new book, Boundaries for Your Soul, and how these boundaries can make a huge difference when we’re going through any sort of trials.

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We don’t change, we don’t grow, and we don’t heal in the context of criticism. We heal in the context of compassion.
— Alison Cook

You can turn your shame to joy, your anger to advocacy, and your inner critic into your biggest champion. Do your emotions control you or do you control your emotions? Many people let guilt, anger, or self-criticism dominate their lives and negatively affect their relationships. Boundaries for Your Soul shows you how to calm the chaos within. This groundbreaking approach will help you:

  • know what to do when you feel overwhelmed,

  • understand your guilt, anxiety, sadness, and fear,

  • welcome God into the troubling parts of your soul,

  • and move from doubt and conflict to confidence and peace.

Boundaries for Your Soul includes relatable anecdotes, helpful exercises, an engaging quiz, and opportunities for personal reflection. Gathering the wisdom from the authors' twenty-five years of combined advanced education, biblical studies, and clinical practice, this book will set you on a journey to become the loving, authentic, joyful person you were created to be.

 
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