Book Review “My Son…My Son…” | Ray Segars
This is a very personal narrative of one who dealt with the tragic loss of a precious loved one.  While it was written forty years ago, it has been revised [...]
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Book Review “Friendship Matters” | Lauren Monroe
The author interviews hundreds of women about their friendships.  Each chapter weaves an example of someone’s story.  Her research shines the light on reasons many women struggle with friendships: lack [...]
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Video “My Ascension” | Emma Benoit Story
A suicide attempt left 16-year-old varsity cheerleader, Emma Benoit, paralyzed, but propelled her on a mission to use her painful experience to help others find hope, and shine more light [...]
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Fear Not? Is This Even Possible? | Mace Hall
We all get overwhelmed. We all worry. We all have fears. By the same token, we all have coping mechanisms. We all can find ways to channel our negative emotions. [...]
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Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled | Mace Hall
In the years to come, I discovered that worry wasn’t simply an emotional state. It was more of an activity, a sport of sort. One in which nearly all the [...]
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Book Review + Video “Unwinding Anxiety”
The more one seeks to understand personal behavior and are curiously exploring their habits and reactions, the greater the ability to change. This last part notes the importance of breathing, [...]
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Book Review “The Boy Between” | Susan Thigpen
This book published in 2020 is a memoir by both mother and son about the son’s (and family’s) journey through depression. The dedication of the book reads “My dedication is [...]
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The Six Health Benefits of Volunteering
Volunteers make an immeasurable difference in the lives of others. Oftentimes, they perform with the core intention of helping others. But did you know that volunteering can benefit your own [...]
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Don’t Worry Be Happy: The Age of Anxiety | Martha Tate
If you read the first line of this title and felt like throwing a tomato at me, chances are you may be struggling along with 40 million Americans with some [...]
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Our Wounds Are Our Windows | Martha Tate
Each of us is gifted with our own woundedness. We are also gifted with inner windows of perception through which we can peer, in order to discover healing and transformation. [...]
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Video “When the World Is No Longer Normal” | Dr. Mark Crawford
A video presentation by Mark E. Crawford, Ph.D. In addition to his outpatient practice, Dr. Crawford is a consulting psychologist to the Westminster Schools and to Pace Academy in Atlanta, [...]
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