The Day I Was Diagnosed With Cancer: 18 Promises to Hold Onto When Crisis Hits

The Day I Was Diagnosed With Cancer: 18 Promises to Hold Onto When Crisis Hits

Yes, you read that right. I’m fairly certain I won’t ever forget the day I was diagnosed with cancer.

About a week earlier, I had shared what I thought was a very mild concern with my doctor. She then determined a biopsy was in order.

“A biopsy? Oh I hardly think all that is necessary,” I implored. Still she insisted.

“Okay—do as you like but I don’t think we need to make that big of a fuss over it. It’s more of an annoyance than anything.”

Honestly, I put it behind me and didn’t consider it again, until…

How Do We Make Sense of the Violence in America?

How Do We Make Sense of the Violence in America?

I was deeply honored to be interviewed recently on over a half dozen radio programs nationwide regarding the current state of violence and political unrest in the United States, from my perspective as a neuropsychologist and mental health provider. While the questions asked in each interview were varied, basically, each radio show host wanted to know how do we make sense of the violence in America, and what do we do about it?

Despite the tragic recent events in America, I maintain that we can still have hope.

The Sting of Comparison: 8 Tips While Waiting for Your Special Order

The Sting of Comparison: 8 Tips While Waiting for Your Special Order

The sting of comparison hurts, doesn’t it? Oh how many times I have written or spoken about the fact that comparison steals our joy. Yet, I did it again. I took my eyes off God and His promises and looked with desire at what God is doing in and through others, wishing that was me. I’m not proud of it. In fact, it brings a bit of shame and embarrassment. My heart’s desire is to be content with what God is doing in, through, with, and for me.

“But Lord, you promised…” I pleaded as I recalled words spoken over me and to me years ago. “I just don’t understand what’s taking so long. Did I hear you incorrectly?”

15 Ways to Help a Depressed Husband or Wife

15 Ways to Help a Depressed Husband or Wife

“How can I help my depressed husband?”
“How do I help my wife who is depressed?”
“How can I be helpful to my depressed friend?”

These are all questions I frequently hear.

October is Depression Awareness Month and I would be remiss if I didn’t also try to help those who have depressed loved ones.

There’s a Book Giveaway so be sure to read to the end!

Hope Prevails Despite Depression

Hope Prevails Despite Depression

By 2020, depression will be our greatest epidemic worldwide. It already is our greatest cause for disability nationally. Nearly twice as many women as men suffer with depression. In fact, every year, almost 18 million women in the U.S. suffer. If you’re not one who does or has suffered from depression, I guarantee you know someone who has, who is, and who will. I’m one of them. There’s a Book Giveaway so be sure to read to the end!

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