Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Reflection vs. Distortion

“In photography, a mirror reflects light to frame a shot. Too much exposure or imbalance, creates a blur. Sometimes, you just need to quickly snap/reflect and move on. Images can easily be distorted.” AW The above quote was given to me thi...

Finding Rest

On the 7th Day, there was rest… We see it all throughout the Old Testament of the Bible. Here are some examples: Genesis 2:2: By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work. ...

The Science Behind Finding a Soulmate

The term “soulmate” implies a special affinity, understanding, or powerful bond that exists between one person and another. The ineffable experience of being known by and knowing  between one person and another. The ineffable experie...
Lions Den

The Lion’s Den

At some point in all of our lives, or at multiple times we have to face our fears. Fears of relationships, fears of individual people, fears of change, fears of loss, fears of perceptions of self or what we want to become. There are of course times whe...

Bibliotherapy and the Bible: Benefits and Pitfalls in Psychotherapy

For many people seeking psychotherapy, having a therapist of the same faith is mandatory.  For others, it is simply preferred.  As a Christian therapist, I have learned that bibliotherapy can be very helpful to my Christian clients. In coupl...
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Working With Uncertainty

You know that feeling when life is perfect, everything is going as planned and you have absolutely nothing to worry about? Yeah, me neither.   Uncertainty is part of life. It’s that moment of not knowing, which is another way of describin...

In the Time It Takes…

I want to, have to, let those who use infidelity as “self-medication” or revenge know the affect your fleshly selfishness is having on your spouse, significant other, or partner. If you’ve followed this blog, you know that I try to be...

Importance of Loving Ourselves

  “And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as [you do] yourself.” Leviticus 19:18, AMPC   Today this verse hit me hard. I have read and studied it before now, but in the past, I focused on the portion that talked ...

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