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.
Have you ever experienced an anxiety attack or a panic attack and weren’t sure which it was? Learn the difference between the two as well as 9 tips for managing them.
There is no shame in needing help for mental health difficulties. Mental and emotional conditions like depression and anxiety are medical conditions (our brain is our biggest organ) and are as valid as heart disease and diabetes. It takes a lot of courage so say, “I need help.”
Fear, worry, and anxiety are stumbling blocks from the enemy intended to make us take our eyes off God. Battling anxiety, worry and fear? Talk back! Read more for ways to walk in perfect peace.
Early one morning, I sensed God whisper to my heart, “what part of be anxious for nothing are you struggling with?” Well, pretty much EVERY thing was causing me to worry and fret. God has a way of pointing to the heart of a matter. Are you struggling not to worry or be anxious? Want the secret for resting in God’s peace?
One year after the release of the book, I can say with certainty, Hope Still Prevails! While I do not know what the future holds, I hold closely to the One who does, and He is my hope! Read more of my story here.