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Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 (inches)|
What if feelings like anger, sadness, and fear could improve your life for the better? In this practical, life-changing book, Christian counselors Alison Cook and Kimberly Miller describe their unique, five-step process for bringing peace to overwhelming emotions and harmony to your inner world.
Do you ever struggle to calm your competing, internal "enemies"? Boundaries for Your Soul provides a Spirit-based plan for creating remarkable serenity. You can recognize that these often-overwhelming emotions are not your enemies; rather, they are helpers who have gone well beyond their roles, robbing you of deep-down joy and genuine connection with others. By compassionately guiding them to their proper functions you can make them your greatest encouragers and allies.
In Boundaries for Your Soul, Cook and Miller guide you through a five-step process for doing so, showing you how to introduce the Holy Spirit to your wayward emotions and transform your weaknesses into powerful strengths.
Filled with anecdotes and wisdom from the authors combined twenty-five years of study and clinical practice, Boundaries for the Soul leads readers on a journey of personal discovery grounded in the Christian tradition. Additional helps include exercises and opportunities for personal reflection.
Alison K. Cook, PhD, is a psychologist who specializes in integrating spiritual formation and psychology. She holds an MA in counseling from Denver Seminary and a PhD in religion and psychology from the University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology. Alison, her husband, Joe, and their two children are active in the Salvation Army in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and enjoy being in the outdoors.
Kimberly J. Miller, MTh, MA (MFT), is a Christian counselor who holds a masters of theology from Regent College and an MA in clinical psychology from Azusa Pacific University. She and her husband, Ken, enjoy landscape architecture, volunteer activities, and spending time with friends and family in Claremont, California.