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Making Things Right
Over the years I have worked with many couples and family members who were struggling in their relationships. Unfortunately, they usually did not come for help until their issues were very ingrained and the hurts were deep. Some expressed frustration with the fact that promises had been repeatedly made but these weren’t followed by change.What Do You Believe – Did the Pandemic Change IT?
Well, we are entering Easter week – a time when Christians throughout the world celebrate! But there are many different perspectives and practices for those who claim to be Christian. Here are some of versions that I have heard when individuals were asked if there is a God in their life: Absolutely not!Spring Fling During This COVID Thing
In 1933 Irving Berlin wrote and published the song “Easter Parade”. Fifteen years later Judy Garland starred in a movie of the same name. The themes of these involved dressing up in a fancy frilled bonnet and being part of a procession in the streets to celebrate!Indoctrinate, Condition or Brainwash
I remember hearing a story about a woman who went to the butcher to buy meat. She asked him for a ten-pound roast but added that she wanted a couple of inches to be cut off one end. When the butcher questioned her about why she wanted this, she replied “I don’t know.Be Active In Your Life
I find it interesting to listen to people who are sad, afraid and immobilized because they have heard something that is sketchy which they believe is the truth. Often the source was unreliable or was just spouting off ideas that had no realistic basis. Yet, despite the fact that the message was faulty, the individuals who hear it feel victimized and in crisis.