Just sit with your pain / fear / guilt / sadness / anger and see what happens. We have a tendency to drown out/run away from our pain without really examining it. Take time to sit still with your emotions - it can be hard, but it really does help
Personality disorder Depression Anxiety Bipolar OCD Psychosis Schizophrenia All of these (and many, many more) are labels used to diagnose people. But what does this mean for someone? What happens when they are slapped with a label? Stigma Shame Support Relief Embarrassment Confusion Hopeless Just a few ideas around what diagnosis can mean for someone. As you can see, it's a mixed bag. We are confined to the structure of diagnosis that currently exists, which means we label people as a ...
I don't have OCD, nor do I know anyone who does (that I know of), but it always bugs me when people laugh and say "Oh, it's my OCD." No, you're just picky. A TED-Ed Lesson Debunking Common Misconceptions of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
What does it mean to be a homemaker who glorifies God within her home? How can we view our homemaking as a ministry? We are going back to the Gospel in this episode so that we can cast a Gospel-vision for our homes.
Daily Docket- A sort of print-on-demand day planner. Be sure to read how this lady uses hers and why is says the things it does. It really helped me to do "MIT's" at the top. MIT means Most Important Things. It makes life simpler!