Mental Health Moment

Where Faith Meets Mental Health

The hardest job you will ever have is being married! You may ask, “why?” The answer to that is usually communication.  A lot of married couples have issues with expressing their thoughts and ideas. When we get in conflict with our spouse we can forget about listening or being heard. I have a simple exerciseContinue reading

Happy New Year! For many of us, a new year represents time to pause, reflect, evaluate, regroup, write fresh goals, hope for forward motion and growth in a variety of areas. The latest trend is adopting a word for the year, rooted in a power verse from the Bible. These are admirable things to payContinue reading

Continuing our lives during the time of COVID-19 has meant tracking a moving target for the past year which has left us feeling emotionally drained, exhausted, and challenged in every way imaginable. As a culture, we’ve grown more divisive, more distant, and more distraught in 2020. Some studies report that depression rates have tripled thisContinue reading

Navigating the Holidays when your heart is hurting or you are grieving is not an easy task. It is especially challenging when a spouse or family member has passed away. For most people the holidays are a time when immediate and extended family gather together and celebrate together. Traditions are created and special memories areContinue reading


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