Clients, friends and family may not be aware of the requirement of licensed professional counselor interns to undergo professional supervision for a minimum of 18 months by an experienced, licensed professional counselor supervisor prior to working independently. This requirement might be considered similar to an apprentice or mentorship in that the supervisor is taking on […]
Laws of Attraction
Some singles are in a committed relationship and others are hoping that Cupid will strike his arrow and they will attract the right person into their life. Instead of dating blindly, here are some laws of attraction to study while waiting for Cupid to hit his mark. PHYSICAL ATTRACTION Obviously, we are initially, romantically attracted […]
From Anger to Love
He who is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit, than he who captures a city. -Proverbs 16:32 Being selfish is one way we can become irritable. I remember reading somewhere that some people are like lemons: when life squeezes them, they pour out a sour response. Some are […]
Can You Love After Losing a Love One?
Losing the love of your life is a gut wrenching event that is hard to process. The only way some people can cope with the loss is by blocking the pain out. So many times when something so traumatic happens to us, our subconscious finds a way to block it so we can continue to function in our day to day lives. Do […]
Today’s Love Dare
First Corinthians 13:4-6 states that “Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures […]
Fake It Until You Make It
Please take a few minutes and watch this very powerful video!
Unhelpful Thinking Styles – Part III
In this post, we will discuss the last four of the ten unhelpful thinking styles that all of us, humans, have at one time or another experienced. When reading these unhelpful thinking styles, remember it is good to acknowledge when these occur, because then we are able to change them into a style that is […]
Unhelpful Thinking Styles – Part II
In the previous post, I discussed 3 out of 10 unhelpful thinking styles: mental filter, jumping to conclusions and personalization. In this post, we will discuss 3 more unhelpful thinking styles. If you recognize yourself in doing any of these, then you might be human! Best way to change these around to your benefit is […]