We’ve all said something in the moment that we’ve immediately regretted. Whether or not you believe in the teachings of the Bible, James 1:19 contains sage advice:
“Be quick to listen. Slow to speak. And slow to become angry.” It’s our tendency to do the opposite, but if you can pause and think before you speak, you’ll have much less regret afterward.… Read the rest →
People often think introverts are shy and don’t speak up much, but that’s not entirely accurate. An introvert is actually someone who recharges during solo time, whereas extroverts are filled up by being with people.
Often, introverted people wish they could be a bit louder, more outgoing.… Read the rest →
By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
There are many sources for mental health myths. In fact, we’re bombarded by them in ads, books, social media and pop culture. For the average person, these references do no real harm. But for people in need, they can be dangerous.… Read the rest →