Deep Breathing for Anxiety and Trauma
“Don’t forget to breathe…very important.” “The Karate Kid” was a movie we watched over and over again when I was a kid. If you’ve seen it, you remember Mr. Miyagi, the unassuming master who taught a bullied teenager the art of karate. Breathing was one of the primary lessons. It seemed almost comical to me…
Is Anxiety Rooted in Trauma?
If you’re wondering whether your anxiety is rooted in unhealed trauma, here are four questions you can ask.
How to spot partner abuse
Many women who are struggling with anxiety are actually staggering under the weight of an abusive partner, but they don’t even know to call it that. To them, it’s just how relationships work.
Reflections on Psalm 23: “I Shall Not Want”
We all want to be our own shepherds. We want to direct our lives and see success come based on our merit, intelligence and wit. We want to be able to look in the mirror and believe we are enough, all by ourselves. But we were never meant to function in this way. We are…
The Gentle & Quiet Spirit – Not a Personality Trait!
The gentle and quiet spirit is not the same as a gentle and quiet personality!