Boundaries

How to Befriend a Part of Yourself You Don’t Like

In my last newsletter, we explored Step One of Taking a You-Turn . . . focus on a thought or feeling that needs your attention. Now, let me ask you: When you give a challenging part of yourself your close attention, how do you feel toward it? Do you notice that you don’t like it? […]

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 […]

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."

Guest Blog Post For Ann Voskamp

I was honored to guest blog for Ann Voskamp at annvoskamp.com recently, when she posted “When You Need to Know How to Hold the Overwhelming Sadness Within Your Heart.” If you’d like to know how to put a gentle boundary around your sorrow, so it can settle comfortably in one chamber of your heart, rather […]