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Understand Forgiveness And Reconciliation

Understand forgiveness and reconciliation. It’s crucial that you know the difference between the two experiences for your own mental health and overall well-being. Forgiveness is one-way. Reconciliation, on the other hand, is two-way. You don’t have to wait for the other person to repent or change before you forgive. It’s a work of grace and… Continue reading Understand Forgiveness And Reconciliation

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Live Simply

Live simply. I had a dream. Morning breakfast. Farmland. Fresh air. The simple life. A smile is rising,pulsating,progressing,in the silence of my heart. How it lightens and brightens,frees me to look up to the skies. In short,I’ve forgiven myselffor being human. As the Lord has forgiven.It’s like the budding seedsthrown in the wind,my love and… Continue reading Live Simply

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Are You Still Making Excuses?

Are you still making excuses? According to mental health clinicians and experts, here are steps to stop making excuses: stop blaming others or finger-pointing for your mistakes and wrongdoing own your offense/sin and take responsibility avoid comparing yourself to others let go of fear of unknown set realistic, attainable goals take significant courses of corrective… Continue reading Are You Still Making Excuses?

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Live For Something Greater Than Your Self

Live for something greater than your self. Life is a temporary assignment. Everyone of us is given one chance for a limited time to “live a life that will outlast it,” as philosopher/psychologist Dr. William James aptly put it. Benny is coming back home to the Philippines to retire. He has worked as perfume factory… Continue reading Live For Something Greater Than Your Self

Why People Hide Their Feelings

Why do people hide their real feelings in relationship? For two hearts to get connected, there needs to be a space between them to share each other’s feelings. When that safe space is lacking, a person typically hides his or her feelings from the other. It’s a common struggle among those in intimate relationship. This… Continue reading Why People Hide Their Feelings

Laugh While You Suffer

Laugh while you suffer! I know how odd that could sound to you. You might feel I’m joking. But it’s true. It’s a proven and well-tested mental health principle to guide us through any challenges in life. According to HelpGuide, laughter is strong medicine. “It draws people together in ways that trigger healthy physical and… Continue reading Laugh While You Suffer

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Remember You Are Enough

Remember you are enough. You can be secure even without anyone’s approval. No need to prove your worth. I learned about a funny story of a psychiatric hospital mental patient from Thich Nhat Thach, a famous monk/writer. Here’s the story he wrote about: “A patient there was very afraid of the chickens that roamed freely… Continue reading Remember You Are Enough

Let Only Truth Heal You

Let only truth heal you. Yes, that’s your healing currency. But realize first this reality in the world where we live in: lies travel faster than truths. As Winston Churchill once put it, “A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.” We live in a… Continue reading Let Only Truth Heal You

Seek Peace First With Your Self

Seek peace first with your self. You accomplish that by dealing with and resolving your inner conflicts. Face those inner conflicts rather than avoid them. Mary, a young woman in-session over Whats App, said to me, ”Doc, i don’t know why I’m like this, can’t hold a relationship, can’t forgive, can’t control my drinking and… Continue reading Seek Peace First With Your Self

Heal Like Malcolm X

Heal like Malcolm X was his self education. It became his ticket to his future. In 1946, Malcolm X was convicted of a crime. He was sent to prison for seven years. When he went to prison, he could not even write his name. He never finished beyond Grade 8 in school. He was frustrated… Continue reading Heal Like Malcolm X

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