The Boundaries.Me Podcast: Jo Saxton - Guarding Yourself From Your Flaws podcast Mar 17, 2020

Boundaries can free us to lead our lives by unburdening us from our flaws and past mistakes. It’s like a quarantine. It may seem as though boundaries prevent freedom, but in most cases, it’s the exact opposite. 

In this episode of Dr. Henry Cloud’s Boundaries.Me Podcast,...

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The Boundaries.Me Podcast: Pat Lencioni - Boundaries Around What Matters Most podcast Mar 12, 2020

What matters most to you? This is often the first place to start when we begin creating boundaries in our lives.

In this episode of Dr. Henry Cloud’s Boundaries.Me podcast, Pat Lencioni shares with us his story of creating a boundary around prioritizing his family. He’s discovered...

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How to Confront an Addict About Their Problem Mar 11, 2020

Being emotionally present and connected while we are confronting another person is the first essential of any good conversation. It truly requires a work of grace in us. And if you're taking the first steps to address a problem with an addict, emotional tone means everything. 

Being present...

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The Boundaries.Me Podcast: Christine Caine - Stop Taking Everything Personally podcast Mar 10, 2020

Have you ever received criticism that stuck with you? Most of us can think back to something someone said that offended us, and we’re still carrying that doubt or shame.

In this episode of Dr. Henry Cloud’s Boundaries.Me Podcast, Christine Caine -- an activist, author, and public...

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How to Set Boundaries with Addicts and Get Them the Help They Need Mar 09, 2020

 

When I was trained in addictions treatment, I was taught that a codependent person plays a role in the addiction of the person they're connected to; and when I began to interact with clients, I was amazed at how true that was. Change the codependent, and the addict often changes as well. I...

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4 Questions That Will Improve Boundaries in Your Marriage Mar 08, 2020

When two people marry, two lives blur together to make a new one; two become one. The blurring of expectations and feelings can become an issue. Many times a spouse will automatically expect that the love in the marriage means that their spouse will always see things their way. They may feel...

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How We Can Understand the Relationship Between Codependents and Addicts Mar 05, 2020

In the last several decades of addiction treatment, one of the most powerful discoveries has been the role of the codependent in addictions. Basically, researchers learned that an addict needs a codependent to enable staying addicted. But beyond that, codependent people continually find...

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The Boundaries.Me Podcast: Liz Bohanan - Boundaries and Mutual Respect in Marriage podcast Mar 05, 2020

 

Showing mutual respect towards your partner is something we all strive to do. It sounds like something that should be easy to convey, but in practice our relationships are never that simple.

In this episode of Dr. Henry Cloud’s Boundaries.Me podcast, Liz Bohannon, author, speaker...

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When You Rescue An Angry Person ... You'll Only Have to Do It Again Mar 04, 2020

I was on a financial radio show taking calls about setting boundaries in families with financial issues. A woman called about her forty-year-old sister to whom she and her husband had been giving money for several years. It seemed that the sister had a lot of problems and “needed their...

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The Boundaries.Me Podcast: Lysa TerKeurst - Know Your Spiritual Capacity podcast Mar 03, 2020


Being honest with ourselves about what we can and can't put up with is crucial to becoming a healthy person. 

In this episode of Dr. Henry Cloud's Boundaries.Me podcast, Lysa TerKeurst shares a very personal story about how setting a boundary around her spiritual capacity changed her life....
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When Someone is Angry at Your Boundaries, it’s Their Problem, Not Yours Mar 02, 2020

When you establish a new boundary with someone else, the most common form of resistance one gets is anger. People who get angry at others for setting boundaries have a character problem. Self-centered, they think the world exists for them and their comfort. They see others as extensions of...

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You're Not Selfish For Doing This Dec 23, 2019


I just wanted to check in with you ahead of the next couple of days and ask ... What are you doing to ensure that your needs are being met right now? 

I want you to know that it's not selfish to put yourself first sometimes. It's OK to have some time to yourself, give yourself a break, rest,...

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