Wii20100328-Entry070-Myth Math

Tim takes us through some of the things that seems to be true about our fences – but really are not. We call them myths, and they stand in the way of really good fences.

This teaching arc is based on the book “Boundaries”, by Dr. Cloud and Dr. Townsend, and is supplemented by their other books, Boundaries in Marriage, Boundaries for Teens, and Boundaries for Kids.

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Wii20100314-Entry068-Invisible fences are for dogs, not people

Trudi discusses the Tenth Law of Fences. We might have established many fences in our life, with our spouse, our children, our co-workers, our friends – but we did not perform a critical step…we did not tell them. Trudi talks about the need to make our fences visible.

This teaching arc is based on the book “Boundaries”, by Dr. Cloud and Dr. Townsend, and is supplemented by their other books, Boundaries in Marriage, Boundaries for Teens, and Boundaries for Kids.

Class Notes (PDF)

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Wii20100307-Entry067-Your Move

Tim talks about the Ninth Law of Fences. Good fences require action. Many times we fail with establishing and maintaining good fences because we refuse to make the tough choice, have the difficult conversation, or do the thing we fear the most.

This teaching arc is based on the book “Boundaries”, by Dr. Cloud and Dr. Townsend, and is supplemented by their other books, Boundaries in Marriage, Boundaries for Teens, and Boundaries for Kids.

The class notes (PDF).

Listen to the class.