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Taming the Anxiety Monster – Part 1

Taming the Anxiety Monster – Part 1

I recently asked fellow friends and family on social media what mental health topic they would like to learn more about and the resounding response was anxiety. In the United States, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness (1). In the...

Experiencing the Gravity of Grief for Good

Experiencing the Gravity of Grief for Good

We all experience grief at some point in our life.  Whether the loss is large or small, you may notice your heart sitting heavier in your chest or a pit in your stomach growing larger. Grief is a very real experience of the human heart, yet...

A New Definition of Joy

A New Definition of Joy

Many of us can get confused and think that joy is the same as happiness. This is completely understandable, as the two terms are often used synonymously. Yet, from a relational perspective, these are very different concepts. Happiness is a fleeting...

Our Core Belief System

Our Core Belief System

Have you ever believed something that wasn’t true, like a lie someone told you, or maybe one that you told yourself? Years ago, I found myself believing the lie, “I am not good enough.”  Now, generally, it is evident that our lives have value and...

Building Relational Connections

Building Relational Connections

   In the past few decades, researchers and neuroscientists have learned amazing things about how the human brain functions.  For example, they have discovered that the brain shows activity in specific areas when someone is relating well to others....

The Power of Thinking

The Power of Thinking

Our thoughts are powerful. While they cannot be seen or measured, they have the potential to dictate our mood, responses, and behavior1 (p. 53). They can propel us to push through hard experiences, or on the contrary, they can tell us to give up in...

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