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Boundaries, Precious Boundaries

Those pesky boundaries! They seem so outdated, and whoever knows where they are anyway? What are they? Why are they important? Whatever your situation, this third video in the ASk series helps viewers answer these simple questions:

  • What are boundaries?
  • How do we develop them?
  • What are our boundaries?
  • How do we change them and what happens when we do.

The DVD will be mailed to you.

$19.95 plus shipping


Taking Charge of Change

First in the ASk (Associative Skills) series, this video is set up for view-discuss-apply in groups. Do you or the folks you work with have difficulty when it comes to change? Is it time to learn how to cope with change in a graceful way? Do you need new ideas about why change is so hard and how to reduce resistance to it? These and more are covered in this 20-plus minute video with title cards meant as discussion starters. Hey—about that convention you need a speaker for—if change is part of the process on the agenda, Elizabeth might be the best speaker (and more) you could find for the job. For more information on her speaking services about change, click here!

The DVD will be mailed to you.

$19.95 plus shipping


Trouble with Feelings

If the feelings of change are what trip us up, aren’t you ready to do something different with yours? Did you grow up in a family that had only one or two words for feelings? Or maybe trauma helped you get stuck in some feelings you’d like to have more choice about? Whatever your situation, this second video in the ASk series helps viewers answer these simple questions:

  • What are feelings?
  • How do we develop them?
  • Why do they cause such trouble?
  • How do we identify, name, and manage them?
The DVD will be mailed to you.

$19.95 plus shipping

"Refreshing. Hope-embracing. Truth-seeking. Challenging... Bringing peace without sweeping honest questions under the rug... Careful examination of principles that promote peace inside and out."

James G. Friesen, Ph.D.