In my last article, the first of three questions was offered that I used to empower people in awkward situation. The first question was, “Would you help me?” You can re-read Part #1 as I refresher, but in general, Question #1 offers a humble, low-key, and direct way to ask others for help. To the receiver of this question, it communicates a need in an inviting, non-controlling, and relationship-building way. If you have ...
I’ve often felt “tongue tied.” I’ve been caught off-guard in situations where I didn’t know what to say or do. Whether lost in a city, confused by a project or trying to move a heavy couch alone, I’ve struggled with for help.
Worse yet, is wondering what people think of me when I am lost and struggling? I feel incompetent, helplessness, and embarrassed, but are they seeing me as a weak and inept? Or ...
A stereotype about men in general, and part of the legacy many children have of their fathers is that men are an angry and aggressive species. After meeting with thousands of men over the years … I sadly agree.
A common question men come to see me for is, “How can I handle my anger better?” This question is similar to what family members, friends and colleagues ask, “Why does he get so angry and not handle it better?”
Christian counseling services offer hope for people who suffer from the blahs, the blues, and depression. If you’re experiencing any of these feelings, please seek help right away. God has a joyful plan for your life and together, with God’s grace, we can discover the life you’re meant to lead.
What Is the Difference Between Sadness and Depression?
Most people have or will experience a sense of sadness in life. This down-cast feeling might be recognized in some of these ways:
As a psychologist, working in several medical and psychiatric hospitals, I found that when many of my patients struggled in one area of life they struggled in other areas, too. When my patients and clients came with concerns over their changes, challenges and losses in life, I found that their mental distress and sense of vulnerability in life could lead to physical problems. Then and now the convergence of life stress and sickness is very apparent.
Christian marriage counselors may be pastors or individuals with both seminary training and counseling training. Many pastors offer marriage counseling as part of their ministry. Their goal is to help each partner get closer to God, pursue a mutual understanding and find unity together as a couple, and be discerning of God’s will for ...
Christian counselors offer believers an opportunity to heal broken hearts, mend breakdowns in relationships, and build a solid foundation for marriage and life. This form of counseling works because it’s grounded on Biblical truths and infused with the power of the Holy Spirit, a power which nothing can prevail against!
Christian Counselors Use Prayer and Traditional Therapy