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  1. A MYSTERY BEHIND CALIFORNIA FIRES? by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    Why do we have all those FIRES throughout the year in US? We clear empty areas of brush and vegetation. Why don‚t they have any fires in Mexico ‚" the country is bone dry, just like our South, and nobody clears brush and vegetation! Think about it!
    Does anybody hear much about ground fires in Mexico? You don‚t hear much about ground fires in Canada, either! Strange, isn‚t it?


  2. Counselor's Corner: Healing From Trauma by stephanie reck  
    Counselor‚s Corner:
    Healing from Trauma

    ‚'What is trauma?
    A deeply distressing experience, or a very difficult or unpleasant experience that causes someone to have mental or emotional problems usually for a long time.

    Trauma can occur one time like death, natural disasters or accidents, or trauma can be prolonged and repetitive like abusive relationships, family with addictions, or combat.

    Trauma that causes the most mental health issues are prolonged and repeated traumas and trauma that occurs from people especially parent-child relationships.

    ‚'What is a traumatic event?
    Extreme stress that overwhelms a person‚s ability to cope and overwhelms a person emotionally, cognitively and physically.

    ‚'Symptoms of trauma:
    ‚ Hypervigilant/guarded
    ‚ Easily startled
    ‚ Sensitive to certain noises
    ‚ Feeling on edge
    ‚ Depression/anxiety
    ‚ Overwhelming feelings of guilt
    ‚ Intrusive thoughts of trauma
    ‚ Disconnected from others and difficulty trusting others
    ‚ Difficulty handling stress
    ‚ Emotional numbness

    ‚'Long-term effects of trauma can include:
    ‚ Substance and alcohol abuse
    ‚ Avoidance of anything related to the trauma
    ‚ Depression
    ‚ Anxiety
    ‚ Dissociative disorders
    ‚ Eating disorders
    ‚ Difficulty with normal functioning such as work or relationships

    Although the traumatic experience may be over, the person‚s reaction may not be.

    Healing from trauma takes time. Practicing self-care will be of upmost importance in recovery of trauma.

    ‚'Practical tips for naturally healing from trauma:
    1. Begin and end each day with God. Sit quietly before the Lord and allow Him to minister to your wounds. Pray that God would completely heal you from past trauma in your life and heal all memories associated with the trauma. If you a believer in Jesus Christ ask the God delivers you from the spirit of trauma and any other spirits associated with the spirit of trauma.

    ‚Pray the following prayer or use as a guide:

    Father, I thank you that you are my healer and that you care about everything that happens to me. I ask you today that you would bring complete healing to all wounds associated with the trauma(s) I have gone through, and that you would wash over every memory connected to this trauma(s) with your cleansing and healing blood. Uproot every demonic assignment formed against my mind, body, soul and spirit. I ask that you would bind any spirit of trauma, spirit of torment, spirit of rejection, spirit of infirmity and spirit of anxiety by your authority, by your blood and in your name Jesus Christ, amen.
    2. Learn to breathe properly. Take deep cleansing breathes to relax tension and anxiety. Breathe in deeply and exhale slowly at least 3x. Repeat as needed.
    3. Exercise. Walk, run, bike, or whatever you choose.
    4. Talk to someone trusted about your trauma such as a godly friend, counselor, or talk to God honestly about your struggles.
    5. Get enough sleep every night-7-9 hours and have plenty of down time. Excessive amounts of stress that is triggered by trauma can cause your adrenals glands to not function properly thus tiring easily-adequate amounts of sleep and rest can help.
    6. As your body and mind is recovering and you are standing in faith for Jesus to bring complete healing try adding supplements and herbs to help with anxiety. Here are a few examples (not a medical disclaimer): holy basil, rhodiola rosea, green tea (supplement or tea), kava kava, chamomile, B-6, taurine, theanine, and l-tyrosine. There are many more supplements and herbs, check with a nutritionist.
    7. Avoid reminders of your trauma such as war movies or returning to the scene of a crime.
    8. Connect with safe people that you feel you can trust such as a small group at your church.
    9. Create as much safety and tranquility in the environment around you. Play soothing music, light scented candles, and try essential oils. Ask Jesus to bring His peace into the environment that you are in.
    10. Deal with your anger at God and with others. Write it out and talk it out if possible to God or to someone that you trust.
    11. Read out loud daily scriptures that deal with anxiety, worry, fear, and God‚s protection.

    Take baby steps. If you have been traumatized repeatedly or once, take small recovery steps and don‚t expect yourself to take one giant leap and you are all better (there are times that God does heal instantly but usually we will have to go through the process).




    Counselor‚s Corner:
    Healing from Trauma

    ‚'What is trauma?
    A deeply distressing experience, or a very difficult or unpleasant experience that causes someone to have mental or emotional problems usually for a long time.

    Trauma can occur one time like death, natural disasters or accidents, or trauma can be prolonged and repetitive like abusive relationships, family with addictions, or combat.

    Trauma that causes the most mental health issues are prolonged and repeated traumas and trauma that occurs from people especially parent-child relationships.

    ‚'What is a traumatic event?
    Extreme stress that overwhelms a person‚s ability to cope and overwhelms a person emotionally, cognitively and physically.

    ‚'Symptoms of trauma:
    ‚ Hypervigilant/guarded
    ‚ Easily startled
    ‚ Sensitive to certain noises
    ‚ Feeling on edge
    ‚ Depression/anxiety
    ‚ Overwhelming feelings of guilt
    ‚ Intrusive thoughts of trauma
    ‚ Disconnected from others and difficulty trusting others
    ‚ Difficulty handling stress
    ‚ Emotional numbness

    ‚'Long-term effects of trauma can include:
    ‚ Substance and alcohol abuse
    ‚ Avoidance of anything related to the trauma
    ‚ Depression
    ‚ Anxiety
    ‚ Dissociative disorders
    ‚ Eating disorders
    ‚ Difficulty with normal functioning such as work or relationships

    Although the traumatic experience may be over, the person‚s reaction may not be.

    Healing from trauma takes time. Practicing self-care will be of upmost importance in recovery of trauma.

    ‚'Practical tips for naturally healing from trauma:
    1. Begin and end each day with God. Sit quietly before the Lord and allow Him to minister to your wounds. Pray that God would completely heal you from past trauma in your life and heal all memories associated with the trauma. If you a believer in Jesus Christ ask the God delivers you from the spirit of trauma and any other spirits associated with the spirit of trauma.

    ‚Pray the following prayer or use as a guide:

    Father, I thank you that you are my healer and that you care about everything that happens to me. I ask you today that you would bring complete healing to all wounds associated with the trauma(s) I have gone through, and that you would wash over every memory connected to this trauma(s) with your cleansing and healing blood. Uproot every demonic assignment formed against my mind, body, soul and spirit. I ask that you would bind any spirit of trauma, spirit of torment, spirit of rejection, spirit of infirmity and spirit of anxiety by your authority, by your blood and in your name Jesus Christ, amen.
    2. Learn to breathe properly. Take deep cleansing breathes to relax tension and anxiety. Breathe in deeply and exhale slowly at least 3x. Repeat as needed.
    3. Exercise. Walk, run, bike, or whatever you choose.
    4. Talk to someone trusted about your trauma such as a godly friend, counselor, or talk to God honestly about your struggles.
    5. Get enough sleep every night-7-9 hours and have plenty of down time. Excessive amounts of stress that is triggered by trauma can cause your adrenals glands to not function properly thus tiring easily-adequate amounts of sleep and rest can help.
    6. As your body and mind is recovering and you are standing in faith for Jesus to bring complete healing try adding supplements and herbs to help with anxiety. Here are a few examples (not a medical disclaimer): holy basil, rhodiola rosea, green tea (supplement or tea), kava kava, chamomile, B-6, taurine, theanine, and l-tyrosine. There are many more supplements and herbs, check with a nutritionist.
    7. Avoid reminders of your trauma such as war movies or returning to the scene of a crime.
    8. Connect with safe people that you feel you can trust such as a small group at your church.
    9. Create as much safety and tranquility in the environment around you. Play soothing music, light scented candles, and try essential oils. Ask Jesus to bring His peace into the environment that you are in.
    10. Deal with your anger at God and with others. Write it out and talk it out if possible to God or to someone that you trust.
    11. Read out loud daily scriptures that deal with anxiety, worry, fear, and God‚s protection.

    Take baby steps. If you have been traumatized repeatedly or once, take small recovery steps and don‚t expect yourself to take one giant leap and you are all better (there are times that God does heal instantly but usually we will have to go through the process).


    Counselor‚s Corner:
    Healing from Trauma

    ‚'What is trauma?
    A deeply distressing experience, or a very difficult or unpleasant experience that causes someone to have mental or emotional problems usually for a long time.

    Trauma can occur one time like death, natural disasters or accidents, or trauma can be prolonged and repetitive like abusive relationships, family with addictions, or combat.

    Trauma that causes the most mental health issues are prolonged and repeated traumas and trauma that occurs from people especially parent-child relationships.

    ‚'What is a traumatic event?
    Extreme stress that overwhelms a person‚s ability to cope and overwhelms a person emotionally, cognitively and physically.

    ‚'Symptoms of trauma:
    ‚ Hypervigilant/guarded
    ‚ Easily startled
    ‚ Sensitive to certain noises
    ‚ Feeling on edge
    ‚ Depression/anxiety
    ‚ Overwhelming feelings of guilt
    ‚ Intrusive thoughts of trauma
    ‚ Disconnected from others and difficulty trusting others
    ‚ Difficulty handling stress
    ‚ Emotional numbness

    ‚'Long-term effects of trauma can include:
    ‚ Substance and alcohol abuse
    ‚ Avoidance of anything related to the trauma
    ‚ Depression
    ‚ Anxiety
    ‚ Dissociative disorders
    ‚ Eating disorders
    ‚ Difficulty with normal functioning such as work or relationships

    Although the traumatic experience may be over, the person‚s reaction may not be.

    Healing from trauma takes time. Practicing self-care will be of upmost importance in recovery of trauma.

    ‚'Practical tips for naturally healing from trauma:
    1. Begin and end each day with God. Sit quietly before the Lord and allow Him to minister to your wounds. Pray that God would completely heal you from past trauma in your life and heal all memories associated with the trauma. If you a believer in Jesus Christ ask the God delivers you from the spirit of trauma and any other spirits associated with the spirit of trauma.

    ‚Pray the following prayer or use as a guide:

    Father, I thank you that you are my healer and that you care about everything that happens to me. I ask you today that you would bring complete healing to all wounds associated with the trauma(s) I have gone through, and that you would wash over every memory connected to this trauma(s) with your cleansing and healing blood. Uproot every demonic assignment formed against my mind, body, soul and spirit. I ask that you would bind any spirit of trauma, spirit of torment, spirit of rejection, spirit of infirmity and spirit of anxiety by your authority, by your blood and in your name Jesus Christ, amen.
    2. Learn to breathe properly. Take deep cleansing breathes to relax tension and anxiety. Breathe in deeply and exhale slowly at least 3x. Repeat as needed.
    3. Exercise. Walk, run, bike, or whatever you choose.
    4. Talk to someone trusted about your trauma such as a godly friend, counselor, or talk to God honestly about your struggles.
    5. Get enough sleep every night-7-9 hours and have plenty of down time. Excessive amounts of stress that is triggered by trauma can cause your adrenals glands to not function properly thus tiring easily-adequate amounts of sleep and rest can help.
    6. As your body and mind is recovering and you are standing in faith for Jesus to bring complete healing try adding supplements and herbs to help with anxiety. Here are a few examples (not a medical disclaimer): holy basil, rhodiola rosea, green tea (supplement or tea), kava kava, chamomile, B-6, taurine, theanine, and l-tyrosine. There are many more supplements and herbs, check with a nutritionist.
    7. Avoid reminders of your trauma such as war movies or returning to the scene of a crime.
    8. Connect with safe people that you feel you can trust such as a small group at your church.
    9. Create as much safety and tranquility in the environment around you. Play soothing music, light scented candles, and try essential oils. Ask Jesus to bring His peace into the environment that you are in.
    10. Deal with your anger at God and with others. Write it out and talk it out if possible to God or to someone that you trust.
    11. Read out loud daily scriptures that deal with anxiety, worry, fear, and God‚s protection.

    Take baby steps. If you have been traumatized repeatedly or once, take small recovery steps and don‚t expect yourself to take one giant leap and you are all better (there are times that God does heal instantly but usually we will have to go through the process).


    Counselor‚s Corner:
    Healing from Trauma

    ‚'What is trauma?
    A deeply distressing experience, or a very difficult or unpleasant experience that causes someone to have mental or emotional problems usually for a long time.

    Trauma can occur one time like death, natural disasters or accidents, or trauma can be prolonged and repetitive like abusive relationships, family with addictions, or combat.

    Trauma that causes the most mental health issues are prolonged and repeated traumas and trauma that occurs from people especially parent-child relationships.

    ‚'What is a traumatic event?
    Extreme stress that overwhelms a person‚s ability to cope and overwhelms a person emotionally, cognitively and physically.

    ‚'Symptoms of trauma:
    ‚ Hypervigilant/guarded
    ‚ Easily startled
    ‚ Sensitive to certain noises
    ‚ Feeling on edge
    ‚ Depression/anxiety
    ‚ Overwhelming feelings of guilt
    ‚ Intrusive thoughts of trauma
    ‚ Disconnected from others and difficulty trusting others
    ‚ Difficulty handling stress
    ‚ Emotional numbness

    ‚'Long-term effects of trauma can include:
    ‚ Substance and alcohol abuse
    ‚ Avoidance of anything related to the trauma
    ‚ Depression
    ‚ Anxiety
    ‚ Dissociative disorders
    ‚ Eating disorders
    ‚ Difficulty with normal functioning such as work or relationships

    Although the traumatic experience may be over, the person‚s reaction may not be.

    Healing from trauma takes time. Practicing self-care will be of upmost importance in recovery of trauma.

    ‚'Practical tips for naturally healing from trauma:
    1. Begin and end each day with God. Sit quietly before the Lord and allow Him to minister to your wounds. Pray that God would completely heal you from past trauma in your life and heal all memories associated with the trauma. If you a believer in Jesus Christ ask the God delivers you from the spirit of trauma and any other spirits associated with the spirit of trauma.

    ‚Pray the following prayer or use as a guide:

    Father, I thank you that you are my healer and that you care about everything that happens to me. I ask you today that you would bring complete healing to all wounds associated with the trauma(s) I have gone through, and that you would wash over every memory connected to this trauma(s) with your cleansing and healing blood. Uproot every demonic assignment formed against my mind, body, soul and spirit. I ask that you would bind any spirit of trauma, spirit of torment, spirit of rejection, spirit of infirmity and spirit of anxiety by your authority, by your blood and in your name Jesus Christ, amen.
    2. Learn to breathe properly. Take deep cleansing breathes to relax tension and anxiety. Breathe in deeply and exhale slowly at least 3x. Repeat as needed.
    3. Exercise. Walk, run, bike, or whatever you choose.
    4. Talk to someone trusted about your trauma such as a godly friend, counselor, or talk to God honestly about your struggles.
    5. Get enough sleep every night-7-9 hours and have plenty of down time. Excessive amounts of stress that is triggered by trauma can cause your adrenals glands to not function properly thus tiring easily-adequate amounts of sleep and rest can help.
    6. As your body and mind is recovering and you are standing in faith for Jesus to bring complete healing try adding supplements and herbs to help with anxiety. Here are a few examples (not a medical disclaimer): holy basil, rhodiola rosea, green tea (supplement or tea), kava kava, chamomile, B-6, taurine, theanine, and l-tyrosine. There are many more supplements and herbs, check with a nutritionist.
    7. Avoid reminders of your trauma such as war movies or returning to the scene of a crime.
    8. Connect with safe people that you feel you can trust such as a small group at your church.
    9. Create as much safety and tranquility in the environment around you. Play soothing music, light scented candles, and try essential oils. Ask Jesus to bring His peace into the environment that you are in.
    10. Deal with your anger at God and with others. Write it out and talk it out if possible to God or to someone that you trust.
    11. Read out loud daily scriptures that deal with anxiety, worry, fear, and God‚s protection.

    Take baby steps. If you have been traumatized repeatedly or once, take small recovery steps and don‚t expect yourself to take one giant leap and you are all better (there are times that God does heal instantly but usually we will have to go through the process).




    Counselor‚s Corner:
    Healing from Trauma

    ‚'What is trauma?
    A deeply distressing experience, or a very difficult or unpleasant experience that causes someone to have mental or emotional problems usually for a long time.

    Trauma can occur one time like death, natural disasters or accidents, or trauma can be prolonged and repetitive like abusive relationships, family with addictions, or combat.

    Trauma that causes the most mental health issues are prolonged and repeated traumas and trauma that occurs from people especially parent-child relationships.

    ‚'What is a traumatic event?
    Extreme stress that overwhelms a person‚s ability to cope and overwhelms a person emotionally, cognitively and physically.

    ‚'Symptoms of trauma:
    ‚ Hypervigilant/guarded
    ‚ Easily startled
    ‚ Sensitive to certain noises
    ‚ Feeling on edge
    ‚ Depression/anxiety
    ‚ Overwhelming feelings of guilt
    ‚ Intrusive thoughts of trauma
    ‚ Disconnected from others and difficulty trusting others
    ‚ Difficulty handling stress
    ‚ Emotional numbness

    ‚'Long-term effects of trauma can include:
    ‚ Substance and alcohol abuse
    ‚ Avoidance of anything related to the trauma
    ‚ Depression
    ‚ Anxiety
    ‚ Dissociative disorders
    ‚ Eating disorders
    ‚ Difficulty with normal functioning such as work or relationships

    Although the traumatic experience may be over, the person‚s reaction may not be.

    Healing from trauma takes time. Practicing self-care will be of upmost importance in recovery of trauma.

    ‚'Practical tips for naturally healing from trauma:
    1. Begin and end each day with God. Sit quietly before the Lord and allow Him to minister to your wounds. Pray that God would completely heal you from past trauma in your life and heal all memories associated with the trauma. If you a believer in Jesus Christ ask the God delivers you from the spirit of trauma and any other spirits associated with the spirit of trauma.

    ‚Pray the following prayer or use as a guide:

    Father, I thank you that you are my healer and that you care about everything that happens to me. I ask you today that you would bring complete healing to all wounds associated with the trauma(s) I have gone through, and that you would wash over every memory connected to this trauma(s) with your cleansing and healing blood. Uproot every demonic assignment formed against my mind, body, soul and spirit. I ask that you would bind any spirit of trauma, spirit of torment, spirit of rejection, spirit of infirmity and spirit of anxiety by your authority, by your blood and in your name Jesus Christ, amen.
    2. Learn to breathe properly. Take deep cleansing breathes to relax tension and anxiety. Breathe in deeply and exhale slowly at least 3x. Repeat as needed.
    3. Exercise. Walk, run, bike, or whatever you choose.
    4. Talk to someone trusted about your trauma such as a godly friend, counselor, or talk to God honestly about your struggles.
    5. Get enough sleep every night-7-9 hours and have plenty of down time. Excessive amounts of stress that is triggered by trauma can cause your adrenals glands to not function properly thus tiring easily-adequate amounts of sleep and rest can help.
    6. As your body and mind is recovering and you are standing in faith for Jesus to bring complete healing try adding supplements and herbs to help with anxiety. Here are a few examples (not a medical disclaimer): holy basil, rhodiola rosea, green tea (supplement or tea), kava kava, chamomile, B-6, taurine, theanine, and l-tyrosine. There are many more supplements and herbs, check with a nutritionist.
    7. Avoid reminders of your trauma such as war movies or returning to the scene of a crime.
    8. Connect with safe people that you feel you can trust such as a small group at your church.
    9. Create as much safety and tranquility in the environment around you. Play soothing music, light scented candles, and try essential oils. Ask Jesus to bring His peace into the environment that you are in.
    10. Deal with your anger at God and with others. Write it out and talk it out if possible to God or to someone that you trust.
    11. Read out loud daily scriptures that deal with anxiety, worry, fear, and God‚s protection.

    Take baby steps. If you have been traumatized repeatedly or once, take small recovery steps and don‚t expect yourself to take one giant leap and you are all better (there are times that God does heal instantly but usually we will have to go through the process).


    What is trauma? A deeply distressing experience, or a very difficult or unpleasant experience that causes someone to have mental or emotional problems usually for a long time.

















  3. Fight the good fight by Sundaresh Venugopal  
    "One small step for man, a giant leap for mankind". Be a leader, not a follower.

  4. How to Blog for Emotional Healing by Miriam Kinai  
    A Christian self-help blog post on how blogging for different niches can result in emotional healing.

  5. Should We Pray for Money? by bella hambrick  
    We all have a God given task. We must work to not allow ourselves to blinded by moneys and gifts.



  6. Submit To God's Plan by Latosha Wilson  
    Submitting to God's plan for your life can be difficult, but it's essential to becoming the person he pre ordained you to be.


  7. Good and Bad by Sonja Mattison  
    Good and bad are essential in life.

  8. Dealing With Hurt by a Church Leader by Vanessa Grossett  
    Getting over hurt, by a spiritual leader!

  9. What Tenacity Will Do For You by Daniel Dela Dunoo  
    Greatness is not attained on a silver platter. Beneath that global brand and that remarkable feat are men and women who put their minds to work and put their shoulders to the wheel amidst significant odds. The tenacity of these persons yields these enviable dividends.

  10. Five Things Positive Thinking Will Do For You by Daniel Dela Dunoo  
    This inspiring write-up takes a look at the value of positive thinking. Five benefits are enumerated and discussed.

  11. Problems? No Problem by Sonja Mattison  
    Problems are only imaginary.

  12. ACCURACY: Life Lessons From The Woodcutter by Katopeka Nkhoma  
    The reason many fail in our endeavours can be summed up in 1 word: inaccurate! Learn how to succeed in anything you want in life with these lessons I learnt from a humble woodcutter.

  13. Life Lessons From The Woodcutter Pt1 by Katopeka Nkhoma  
    The humble woodcutter has many valuable lessons we can learn in order to improve ourselves. In today's lesson, he teaches us the 5"R's" to sharpen ourselves.

  14. Time Management Hacks by Katopeka Nkhoma  
    Time wasted is a life wasted! 4 keys to better time and life management.

  15. Stop!!! Thief!!! by Katopeka Nkhoma  
    They say procrastination is the thief of time, that is true! More than that, it is the thief of life! Stop that thief!

  16. How To Overcome Fear by Katopeka Nkhoma  
    Fear is a gravitational force; it will always pull you down in life. Get the 4 keys to overcome fear and fly high in life!

  17. GO BIG OR GO HOME TO GET BETTER & BIGGER by chuma obum  
    Ideas are only as successful as their creators are passionate and driven; so if you don't go big or go all out to bring your idea(s) from conception to completion, you might as well give up and go home - Do you agree?

    Well I don't agree with the above statement 100% but read this article to find out why I think you should 'go big or go home.'

  18. Uncovering Emotional Healing by stephanie reck  
    We should never hold onto our past, otherwise we become victims of our circumstances, it is vitally important we understand our early emotional wounds and uncover or expose them to gain healing. A lot of the time those early childhood wounds are carried over into our adolescent years and then ‚rooted‚ into our adult years. Rooted meaning grown deep into our soul. We can begin to act out or behave externally but internally where the roots are really determine why we act or behave externally.

  19. Acceptance by Sonja Mattison  
    God created us to be ourselves Ôas is.Ô Thus, we should fully accept the beauty of our own creation. We were formed as dynamic beings.


  20. Human Power by Sonja Mattison  
    The term "only human" is often used when our goals seem unattainable, or life itself seems difficult. The phrase is used lightly, but if used too often it can lead us to think we are powerless. We are not "only human."

  21. Stress and Exhaustion by stephanie reck  
    Life can be tough, and at times overwhelming. One of the main things that I hear Christians say is, "I am so stressed and exhausted." There is no doubt the enemy has launched his attacks against Christians.

  22. An Attitude Of Prayer by louis gander  
    The sun was hot. There was no breeze.
    It seemed that nature died -
    except annoying croaking frogs
    that tore me up inside.

    And then those pesky chirping birds
    kept on and wouldn't quit!
    The peace and quiet fell away.
    I thought I'd have a fit.

    Emotions begged for me to scream...

  23. Just Like Them by louis gander  
    I was a feather floating free
    with all my friends and family.
    I followed them.
    I learned to fly.
    I learned to lie
    and blow around this empty sky -
    ...just like them.

  24. How to Improve Your Mental, Physical, and Spiritual Health by stephanie reck  
    To begin improving your mental, physical and spiritual health start by making some realistic goals, and begin implementing small steps towards these goals.

  25. MONEY MINDSETS THE RICH, THE POOR & THE LOST! by chuma obum  
    Our financial hardships or the lack of them, has absolutely nothing to do with money, but everything to do with our Money Mindsets...Read to find out why!

  26. Healing From Unresolved Grief Through Emotional Resilency by stephanie reck  
    Unresolved grief is different than normal grief. With grief there is closure eventually, such as with a death of a loved one, but with unresolved grief there is no closure. Over time, the unresolved grief may lessen but that does mean there has been a recovery from the loss. Some examples of unresolved grief could be having a child that is addicted to drugs or alcohol, an adult child that rejects their parents, infertility, having a missing family member or having a disabled child.

  27. Becoming ... by Jennifer Cardinal  
    Everyone loves a story of transformation. We think of the caterpillar changing into a butterfly. This fuzzy little creature that now takes flight and children marvel at we too want a life like this. We want a story to tell of how we have been transformed.

    But maybe we have it wrong. Maybe we were not meant to live transformed lives , maybe we are meant to live in the very process of transformation.

  28. Beware of Payday Scams by Kathern Welsh  
    Have you ever found yourself in desperate need of money and decided to try an online payday loan?
    Here are some things to watch out for.

  29. 3 Critical Lessons From A Female Worker Ant by Daniel Dela Dunoo  
    An article that takes inspiration from the Biblical advice to learn from ants. Three lessons are drawn from the work ethic of female worker ants.

  30. Where Do I Belong? by stephanie reck  
    Dictionary.com defines belonging as something that belongs. I don't know your background, but did you get a sense that you belonged?

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