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Practice Mindfulness
Mindfulness

How to Practice Mindfulness

Do you want to learn an incredibly effective technique for instantly calming your nervous system, your mind, and emotions? It’s very simple to learn, takes

Manhood and Vulnerability
Relationships

The Concept of Manhood and Vulnerability

American culture paints a picture of manhood as being tough, untouchable, stoic, and indestructible. But is that what being a “real man” is truly about?

Forgiveness is so Important
Healing and Recovery

Why Forgiveness is so Important

“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets

Emotional Safety
Healing and Recovery

How to Create your Own Emotional Safety

Do you think it’s your partner’s responsibility to make you feel safe, to allow you to be vulnerable in your relationship? Or is it your

Forgive Yourself
Healing and Recovery

Learn How to Forgive Yourself

When people find themselves in a bad situation, for example, a bad relationship, people either blame the other person, or they blame themselves. Dr. Lenne’

Love Yourself
Sharmen Kimbrough

What It Really Means to Love Yourself

Relationship Coach Sharmen Kimbrough MA at the Marriage Recovery Center discusses what it means to love yourself, move away from internal and external restrictions, and

Mindful Speaking
Lenne' Hunt

How to Practice Mindful Speaking

Speaking with anger in your heart often creates more conflict. By practicing mindful speaking and watching your words, conversations with your partner can begin to

What Does the Bible Say About Woman Worth
Lenne' Hunt

What Does the Bible Say About Woman Worth?

What does the Bible say about woman worth? And how has our misinterpretation of the term “helpmate” shaped how we view a woman’s role and

What is Brainspotting
Dr. David Hawkins

What is Brainspotting and How Does it Work

What is brainspotting? Brainspotting is another form of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing). It focuses primarily on the physical effects of trauma and distress, and

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