Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2014’

Should we strive for “boundaries”?

This week I have been completing some research for a current project and I came across these old notes of mine. I thought they might bless one or two of you as well, so here you go: TKB Notes from Ed Welch’s (excellent!) article on ‘Boundaries’ in the Spring 2004 Journal of Biblical Counseling  – Overcommitted people are the lifeblood of the …

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Because you’re better with words, you’re going to win this argument—but that doesn’t make you right.

The teacher wasn’t talking to me or even about me (in this specific situation), but he was so talking about me when he described a recent fight he had with his wife: “Tempers were raging. She was hurt. I was hurt. She started to slip down The Slippery Slope to her comfort zone—the Escape responses. I started to SLAM down The Slippery Slope into my …

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