The Art Of Christian Living

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As a therapist in the making, I love helping people with mental health and I also understand the stigmatization, yet I do not post more about “How to overcome or to deal with such and such mental health often” because I care about the wellbeing of those that read my blogs. I feel responsible should …

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The things we take or do to diminish bad feelings actually increase them in the long run, or even in the not-so-long run. Marc Lewis Ph.D. Awareness of emotional and/or mental health can be traumatizing in itself. You hardly have enough words to describe what’s inside your head or how you’re feeling. It is a …

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The universe unfolds, enormousYet overflows with lonely placesMany unseen or unheard of before usAs we journey through life’s spaces How can a world so big lack conformanceEach of us fighting to leave more tracesTo be known as the most popular in the chorusForgetting to look at what’s before our faces Engulfed in senseless contentious performanceBlindsided …

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“The first duty of love is to listen.” –Paul Tillich The art of listening is crucial, especially to someone with anxiety. Listening with compassion and care can help relieve the burden of the speaker; reassuring and giving peace of mind as they pour out their heart. Listening First Some Christians, myself included, are quick to …

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She chose joy as her armor, todayAnd wears her smiles in the tempest Her mind agrees to become her comradeBecause she takes charge like an empress Pain, fear, anxiety coalesced against herBut she silenced them like an enchantress For her soul finds its safety on the joy of the LordAnd her courage is absolutely relentless …

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Today I want to bless a few of you with something playful yet important for your mental health. Playing board games helps keep your mind youthful and active for people of all ages. We do not stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing! Benjamin Franklin Mental and Emotional Health …

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Hope is a driving forceA man of hope is unstoppableThe world cannot stop him Hope is a great reinforcerA man of hope can do the impossibleHe never runs out of courage Hope is a mighty sourceA man of hope never lacksThe world is his oasisFor he is a son of the king of glory I …

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I looked upSaw things slippingI freaked out I pick up my phonecall for helpsomeone answers He said, “look within.My childrenAre never empty.” The tree is insidebut the seed must let go firsttrust, surrender, and transform Before we burst forthWe embrace our true selfBecome free to produce fruit You aren’t losingYou are reviving your true natureBury …

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The greatest way that the soul can prosper is through the love of God. We need to be permeated with His love—a love that is kind, forgiving, hopes all things, and will never fail. American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Smiley Blanton, says in one of his books that without love man is likely to perish from …

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“I love you.” Three simple words we utter almost every day, yet we don’t understand the power they hold. Many go through life eager for someone to say, “I love you.” Those they care for most may have left a void in their heart These powerful words and can alter a loved one or stranger’s …

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