Who are you? I am so and so’s spouse, I am so and so’s mother, I am a nurse, doctor, secretary, pilot…you fill in that blank. These are the typical answers to that question. However, is that who you really are? Our true identity does not lie in what we do, but in who we are – in Christ. In today’s post, Tina Smith shares what it means to be a child of God.
I remember a time in my life when I believed the lie that “I must just be joy-immune.” I now know that was a lie, but I’ve also come to realize that sometimes we have to intentionally look for joy amongst the rubble of our lives. In today’s post, Adria Wilkins shares about all the creation God has given to us to enjoy. When was the last time you took a walk in God’s creation and noticed the blessings along the way? They aren’t always in plain sight. Sometimes, we have to look around for them.
Men and women both suffer from the painful condition of depression. But, who is more prone to be depressed? Men or women? Statistics suggest that more women are diagnosed with depression. That doesn’t tell the entire story, however.
How do you cope with the hard times? How do you handle difficult times when the weight of it all just seems too much? As a neuropsychologist, I educate patients about how to manage life stresses. I don’t know what you are faced with today, but I know who holds your future and mine in His hands. These 5 tips and strategies will help when facing difficult times.
When we have done all we can do, it is then that we must truly trust Him to do what only He can do. He promised that we would all face trials, but that we can remain in peace because He has already secured the victory. These 8 Bible Verses will encourage you on the difficult days.
Being lazy is good for you. Did that get your attention? Actually, I’m really talking about idleness and there’s a big difference between the two. Idleness is a state of being inactive, of choosing to do nothing for a period of time. Research has found that periods of idleness are beneficial to us and can result in a healthier, happier, and more creative brain. What a way to avoid burnout! Read more for tips from a Neuropsychologist.