Helping Your Loved One Heal From Traumatic Brain Injury or Concussion

Helping Your Loved One Heal From Traumatic Brain Injury or Concussion

In the case of traumatic brain injury, loved ones are often unfamiliar with the concept of concussion, much less what to expect or how to help. In such unfamiliar territory, they don’t even know what questions to ask medical personnel in order to better understand. Read more for information on what a concussion is, symptoms, healing and recovery, and ways a family can help their loved one who has suffered a traumatic brain injury or concussion.

10 Scriptures for When You Need Strength

10 Scriptures for When You Need Strength

There are days that seem like they are almost too much to handle. Where do we turn during hard times when we need strength? We can focus on God and His scripture for strength and encouragement.

I don’t know how people find the strength to carry on through some of life’s most difficult trials if they don’t rely on God and His strength. These ten scriptures on strength are my favorite verses when times are hard and I need strength.

God gave us the His word filled with Bible Verses and quotes that we can rely on to help us make it through hard times. Read more for 10 scriptures when you need strength.

Trusting God In the Storm

Trusting God In the Storm

This wasn’t the first major storm I’d faced, and it wouldn’t be the last. Jesus warned we’d face trials. But He also gave us hope. That’s what I clung to.

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world” (John 16:33).

The storm didn’t end, but I learned about trusting God in the storm and trusting Him to be my peace in the storm.

Are you facing a storm? Our attitude in the midst of the storm impacts the outcome. Read more for encouragement to trust God to see you through.

How to Control Worry, Fear, and Anxiety to Keep Your Peace

How to Control Worry, Fear, and Anxiety to Keep Your Peace

I suppose you could call it a professional hazard as a neuropsychologist. I have a tendency to pay attention to what people say, and what people don’t say, what they do, and what they don’t do. I’m always paying attention, and always listening. Sometimes I’ll comment, if people want to know my opinion, but I often just stay silent.

I’ve noticed one of the ways the enemy brings about worry, fear and anxiety so he can steal our peace is through a door we’ve left open. Don’t leave an open door! Fight back against his tactics with these tips.

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