Spiritual pain can be emotionally distressing. Sometimes our belief systems and connection to God can be disrupted, causing anguish, and leaving us feeling abandoned or punished. Join me with Aliene Thompson for When God is Silent: Healing Spiritual Pain. We’ll discuss: What is spiritual pain? How do we know we’re experiencing it? And, how can we heal?
In recent years, people have become more familiar with the terms narcissist or narcissism, especially as a component of abusive situations. While there is a lot of information out there, not all of it is accurate, so I wanted to share my perspective as a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist. We’re changing things up just a bit this week. My friend, Aliene Thompson, founder of Treasured Ministries, and I were recently talking about narcissism, and I asked her if she would join me on the program to help guide the conversation while I share insight from a clinical perspective. So, in this episode we’ll be discussing How to Spot the Narcissist in Your Life!
It is not uncommon in Christian circles and church environments, to hear talk regarding healing father wounds. However, I have rarely heard much discussion about healing mother wounds
Wounds from mothers are often unintentional yet if left unattended can yield the fruit of shame, insecurity, and dysfunctional relational and generational patterns. Read more as Aliene Thompson shares steps to heal mother wounds.
In recent years, I’ve heard quite a bit of discussion about “father wounds” and how those can have a significantly detrimental impact on our relationship with God as our Heavenly Father. But I’ve seen precious little discussion about mother mounds or healing mother wounds. If you have been the recipient of mother wounds, or perhaps you were the mother who wounded your child, then episode 4 on hope for healing mother wounds is for you.