Break free from the destructive power of guilt, anger, greed, and jealousy.
Wellness Blog | Kristi Schwegman, LCSW
Developed by Dr. Sue Johnson over 20 years ago and practiced all over the world, EFT has been heralded by Time magazine and the New York Times as the couple therapy with the highest rate of success. The therapy program focuses on the emotional connection of every relationship by de-escalating conflict, creating a safe emotional connection, and strengthening bonds between partners.
Christians are desperate for intimacy with the Lord. While grateful for all he has done, we long to encounter his presence in our daily lives. Amazingly, God desires the same relationship with us, and he has made it possible for us to live in his presence, love, and generosity with every breath we take.
We Love Each Other, But…offers simple, practical tips that will help you restore and strengthen a relationship that has gone off track. It lays out the nuts and bolts of building relationships so they continue to be gratifying over the long haul
Do you ever feel like your emotions are working against you? Though we may find ourselves stuffing down emotions, exploding with emotions, or reacting somewhere in between, Lysa TerKeurst assures us it’s possible to make our emotions work for us.
With a focus on patience, the power of words, relationships, and taking action, this post will help you apply the Book of James into your daily life.
Strategically written journal prompts and affirmations have been chosen to get you thinking in a positive direction.
Learn to accept responsibility, to stop using blame as a scapegoat, lower your defenses, and begin to realize the starring role you play in your life.
Words. We all use them. We all listen to them. We all communicate with them. They're helpful. They’re useful. They're beneficial. But yet, they can wound, destroy, and wreck our lives. Do you think about the words you use? Do you know the words you love to hear? Do...
Many people are having mental health challenges due to Covid and all that has transpired since 2020. Even if you’re not struggling with diagnosable mental health concerns, you may be experiencing increased irritability and moodiness.