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 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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Who am I?A question I ask myself everydaySomedays I think I knowAnd others I am stumped But, seriously, who am I?I screamed for an answer, only without wordsFeeling the pounding of my heart eagerly anticipating the momentYet, I am left with more questions I want to know who I amPerhaps religion will tell meThe Bible …

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It doesn’t bother me that no one really cares It doesn’t matter that I am alone  It doesn’t matter that no one pays attention  It doesn’t matter that only I can hear myself talk It doesn’t matter that no one says I am beautiful  It doesn’t matter what others think about me It doesn’t matter that …

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Just for Today . . . Just for today . . . I will choose and display the right attitudes. Just for today . . . I will determine and act on important priorities. Just for today . . . I will know and follow healthy guidelines. Just for today . . . I will …

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Change Is Possible – Should Be Desirable One of the best decisions you can make on behalf of your future self is to practice self-compassion in the present. If you’re not content with who you are right now, it’s hard to conjure up a positive connection to who you’ll be, or the motivation to set …

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It’s Very Hard To Be Empathetic And Feel For Another Human Being If You Can’t Read Another Person’s Emotions. You Don’t Learn Emotional Literacy Facing A Screen. You Don’t Learn Emotional Literacy With Emojis. Michele Borba, author of UnSelfie A World Without Empathy Is Inconceivable,” Mark Davis. Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those …

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“May you be free from suffering. May you have joy and ease.” Helen Weng Mental Health (Issues or problems) are not something to be avoided, or ashamed of. The prevailing negative view of mental health persists in most parts of the world. It is about time that people realize that mental health is very diverse …

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