Boundaries For Your Soul – Book Review

Boundaries For Your Soul

Do your emotions control you or do you control your emotions? That’s the intriguing question that authors Alison Cook and Kimberly Miller ask in their new book Boundaries For Your Soul: How To Turn Your Overwhelming Thoughts And Feelings Into Your Greatest Allies.

Many of us are familiar with the work of Henry Cloud and John Townsend, who taught us the principles of establishing healthy boundaries with others. Boundaries For Your Soul takes that concept one step further, becoming the first book to focus entirely on applying the concept of boundaries to our internal thoughts and feelings.

Cook and Miller’s approach is ground-breaking. By integrating Cloud and Townsend’s boundaries concepts with a therapeutic model called the Internal Family Systems model and interpreting it through a Christian lens, Cook and Miller have found a tangible way to help bring wholeness and healing to people’s lives.

Boundaries For The Soul can help us to:

  • Know what to do when we feel overwhelmed.
  • Befriend our internal enemies.
  • Move from chaos to confidence.
  • Transform our anxiety, anger, sadness, and shame.
  • Discover the peace we’ve always wanted to have.

If you’re looking for a life-transforming book that can help you to change the way that you think, Boundaries For Your Soul is it! I highly recommend this interesting and engaging book to you!

I rate this books 5 out of 5 stars.


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4 Responses to “Boundaries For Your Soul – Book Review”

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  1. Amy Hagerup says:

    Sounds like a great book. I enjoyed the first Boundaries books and this one seems to go a step deeper. Thanks for the review.

  2. Pam says:

    This sounds like a very interesting book! I will have to look into it. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Mary Hill
    Twitter: MaryHill16

    I think this book will help many. Thanks for sharing on the #LMMLinkup this past week.

  4. Tina at Mommynificent
    Twitter: mommynificent

    This looks fascinating! I hope they do a tween version! 🙂 Thanks for linking up at Booknificent Thursday on this week!

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