November brings awareness to thankfulness more than any other time of year, at least for Americans. (Except maybe Christmas depending on how we position the holiday in our hearts.) I see thankfulness in meme’s, in blog content, in online spaces, and community...
This post is part of a series focused on helping Christians find, navigate, and consider healing options through counseling. There are many options and opportunities so you can find a good counselor for you. Other articles include: What Type of Counseling is Available...
There’s a lot of conflicting and confusing information out there about counseling and psychology options. Especially when it comes to Christians in need of support and healing. How can you wade through the options and find the best counselor for you? In this...
“I’m thinking about counseling, but I don’t know where to start. What kind of Christian counseling help is available? Who’ll provide what I need?” When I started my healing journey, seeking a new way to live, I hesitated going to...
When you’re wounded, forgiveness is one of the last things you’re excited about doing. You might want to heal your wounded heart, but forgive? Instead, anger surfaces. Indignation appears. Outrage over what’s happened takes center stage. Or, you hide...
Ever find yourself struggling through life’s challenges? Maybe you’re tired and weary. Maybe fears and doubts threaten your ability to live well as a Christian.
I believe God has more peace, joy, and freedom than many of us come to know. I want this for us.
I also believe God is bigger and better than any of us can ever know. I want us to see more of Him daily.
Here we’ll journey through areas of emotional health, soul care, and spiritual growth in order to cultivate a life-well lived and a soul well-nourished. Not a perfect life, but a life reliant on the One who is perfect.
While it may not be easy, it’s worth it.
**NOTE: I am not a licensed therapist or clinician. Any advice given on this site is strictly my observations and insights based on personal experiences and study. It should in no way take the place of professional assistance.
When we tell people to put the past in the past, we need to recognize when the past is alive in the present.
Unprocessed memories stick around & may wreak havoc with or without awareness. Please don’t assume they’ll simply disappear because someone said to leave it in the past.
Sometimes we are quick to judge a person as manipulative and attention seeking when the underlying cause is trauma.
Trauma incites self-protective responses.
Depending on the relationship safety level, consider connecting to underlying wounds to prompt healing experiences.
A lot of nervous systems went into high alert this last week with cold & lack of resources. Even if you feel calm, or numb, your body may be experiencing effects of survival mode.
Taking time to slow down mentally & physically ain’t selfish. It may be what you need to recover.
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