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Do You Find Yourself at a Crossroads with Addiction?

Crossroads

Do any of these statements fit? • You feel out of control. What began as an escape from the hassles of life has become hazardous. Something—drugs, alcohol, gambling, food, sex—is taking over. You feel like its slave. • You still love your addiction, but it is no longer friendly. You think it is time for a change. • You think it is time for change—you want to leave your addiction—but you aren’t...

Four Ways to Help Your Child Understand Uniqueness and Disability as Part of God’s Plan

Understand Uniqueness and Disabilities

As parents and caregivers, we want to help our children eliminate fear and misconceptions about those who have special needs and emphasize the fact that every person deserves to be treated with kindness and respect. We should encourage children to ask questions and gain an understanding about their new friends with disabilities. We believe an open dialogue can help children replace harsh words...

Beginning the New Year with a New Perspective

New Year New Perspective

Happy New Year, friends! It’s the beginning of a new year, and more often than not, that prompts our hearts to yearn for a new and improved attitude and a fresh start in areas we want to strengthen or change. I don’t know why, but I always feel like each January 1st, I have a renewed sense of drive and discipline, ready to take on areas of my life that have been a struggle. It makes me laugh...

Helping a Loved One Break Free from an Eating Disorder

Help for eating disorders

Breaking free from an eating disorder is difficult and complex. Those who are suffering often feel misunderstood and struggle with feeling alone and afraid, ashamed to tell those closest to them. At the same time, their loved ones also feel helpless and ill-equipped about how to help and care for them. Within this dynamic, hurt, disappointment, and neglect often thrive. From the unique...

A Time for Self-Care and a Time for Self-Denial

Make the time for Time Self Care

Where am I? It’s a question I sometimes ask myself. This question is less about where I am located and more about the state of my heart, mind, body, and relationships. When I ask myself where I am, I’m really asking a series of other important questions. How am I doing mentally and emotionally? Where am I spiritually? What is my body telling me? How healthy are my relationships? This question...

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