Conflict in Relationships: Who’s at Fault and How to Resolve it.

During the first year of the pandemic when TV shows stopped releasing new episodes, I searched for a “new to me” show to watch that had several seasons so I could keep watching for awhile. I came across Married At First Sight (Lifetime) on Hulu. I had never heard of this show, I think becauseContinue reading “Conflict in Relationships: Who’s at Fault and How to Resolve it.”

Did You Give Up Something For Lent?

If you’re like me and was raised in a Protestant or Catholic Church, then you know what it means to give up something for Lent, (the 40s days from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday). This 40 days represents the time Jesus fasted and prayed in the wilderness, see Matthew 4:1-3. A few days before AshContinue reading “Did You Give Up Something For Lent?”

How to Heal and Find Hope after Trauma

When I was a young adult, I would have defined trauma differently than I do now. I used to think a trauma involved an abuse victim, a soldier who experienced combat or a victim of a severe accident or violent crime. But Psychology Today defines Trauma as a person’s emotional response to a distressing situation.Continue reading “How to Heal and Find Hope after Trauma”

How to love your enemies

Jesus said, “Love your enemies! Do good to them. Lend to them without expecting to be repaid. Then your reward from heaven will be very great, and you will truly be acting as children of the Most High, for he is kind to those who are unthankful and wicked.”‭‭Luke‬ ‭6:35‬ ‭NLT‬‬It’s usually easy to loveContinue reading “How to love your enemies”

How to Get Away from a Dangerous Person: Dysfunctional Relationships Part 2

If you hadn’t read Part 1of Dysfunctional Relationships, go back and read that first to identify if you are near or in relationship with a dangerous person. I’m now going to discuss steps on how to get a way from a dangerous person. This is not telling you to get a divorce. I do believeContinue reading “How to Get Away from a Dangerous Person: Dysfunctional Relationships Part 2”

How to Recognize a Dangerous Person: Dysfunctional Relationships Part 1

While this topic isn’t directly related to physical health or faith, it’s part of my testimony and does impact emotional health and can also affect spiritual and physical health. I’ve seen how prevalent dysfunctional relationships are and how so many people feel stuck and don’t know how to get out or improve the relationships. IContinue reading “How to Recognize a Dangerous Person: Dysfunctional Relationships Part 1”