Posts by Alison Cook

True Guilt vs. False Guilt

By Alison Cook | March 19, 2018

Have you wondered if you have an overly sensitive conscience? Maybe you’re struggling to understand true guilt vs. false guilt. And it has everything to do with developing a mature conscience. The bestselling authors of Boundaries, John Townsend and Henry Cloud say, “Our conscience isn’t God. It’s part of living in a fallen world, and...

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When Pleasing Becomes a Drug

By Alison Cook | February 15, 2018

Pleasing is a drug that can be lethal not only to your friendships but also to yourself and to your relationship with God. Jesus said, “No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other” (Matthew 6:24)....

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Cultivating Healthy Distance

By Alison Cook | February 5, 2018

“Healthy distance” is a phrase that has been on my mind a lot lately as I help people grapple with difficult relationships. My mom always used to say, “some people are loved best from a distance.” I never really understood this saying until I began to think about the parts of ourselves that carry conflicting...

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