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The Podcast

Jan 26, 2022

On this episode of The Dr. Cloud Show:


Sherry is trying to reconcile with family and wants to take the emotions out of it. She feels the need to appeal to the emotional aspects of their problems. It's exhausting and painful. Is there a healthier way to go about reconciling?


Written Question: When people you're close to cross your boundaries, is it too harsh to not want contact?


Benjamin's wife is distrustful of him in the most important areas like his love and faithfulness to her and in their finances. He's not sure what he can do differently.


Written Question: I'm returning to my ex-fiance after 2 years, they are working through issues. The problem is that the people closest to me aren't convinced things are all that different.


Robin and John are setting a boundary with their daughter-in-law. She's been rude in the past. As a result, they don't have the relationship they'd like to with their grandchildren. How can they find a middleground?


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