Posts by Kimberly June Miller

The Quiet Work of Caring: How to Establish Life-Giving Boundaries Within and Without

“…the work now most needing to be done—that of neighborliness and caretaking—cannot be done by remote control with the greatest power on the largest scale.” —Wendell Berry The idea that there’s always more deeply drives our way of life and informs the way we think of possessions, science, knowledge, and technology. To think otherwise is […]

The 5 Steps of Taking a You Turn Explained on “Win Today” Podcast

Win Today’s Christopher Cook recently chatted with Kim about toxic emotions and Boundaries for Your Soul. Listen as Kim guides you through a five-step process to transform overwhelming thoughts and feelings—aspects you regard as liabilities–into powerful strengths.

Finding Rest for Your Soul

Do you ever get stuck on “Repeat” when it comes to miserable emotions or obsessive thoughts? How do you break free? Jesus! (Isn’t He the only answer?) A focus on Jesus helps us break free from overwhelming emotions and thoughts that can so easily entrap and disturb us. But sometimes it’s hard to find the […]

Boundaries For Your Soul: A Christian Approach To The Family Internal Systems Model

Learn to lead the hurting parts of yourself into fellowship with God . . . because, ultimately, the best way to care for the overwhelming parts of your soul involves inviting God’s Holy Spirit to be with them. The Boundaries for Your Soul model is biblical, simple, and—best of all—it works! Here’s an overview of […]

Are Parts of Your Soul Stuck in the Past?

My client, Scott*, was confused about his love life. Debra, whom he’d met at church, seemed to have all the qualities Scott had been praying for in a wife. As the couple’s relationship became more serious, though, Scott noticed a troubling thought. “I feel torn about Debra,” he said, plopping down on my office couch. […]

Boundaries for Your Soul on “Hope In The Night”

Kimberly was recently interviewed about Boundaries for Your Soul on June Hunt's late night call-in counseling broadcast, "Hope in the Night."