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.
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Strategically written journal prompts and affirmations have been chosen to get you thinking in a positive direction.
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.
Most of us are familiar with 1 Corinthians 13. It’s often recited at weddings and plastered on knick-knacks. But what can it teach us about our relationships? How can it help us be better at connecting, understanding, and deepening our levels of intimacy now?
When you start practicing these 10 worry snatchers, watch your life change. The positive reinforcement that will naturally occur will keep you practicing to let those worries go.
It’s a frightening, uncertain time in our world. Everyone has been effected in big and small ways since the coronavirus wreaked havoc in our country. As a couples counselor (and a married person myself), I’m thinking of all the couples out there now spending endless hours with one another, with nowhere to go, under the same roof. For many, it’s a recipe for disaster.
Do you know what makes you happy? When you’re having a bad day, do you know how to get yourself out of it?
We’ve all heard the word “forgiveness” in some form or other. But few people understand what it really means. We like it when people forgive us, but not so much when we have to be the ones to forgive. Forgiveness can be hard, seemingly impossible, and feel defeating.
Do you pause before you speak, respond, or make a choice? This pause is where maturity and wisdom lie. Pausing makes guilt and shame disappear right before your eyes.