Category: Journal

Everything is Choice

Life can often become overwhelming. We feel as though so much is out of our control and that we are hapless victims of circumstance. We become unhappy and even miserable with the state of our work, relationships, and ourselves. It is like God, or…

Newsworthy – July 5th, 2019

President Trump holds an Independence Day celebration, US soybean farmers are hurt by Chinese tariffs, drugmakers increase prices, and the US and China face the economic consequences of an aging population. These are the newsworthy stories from this past week.

Run Your Own Race

Constant comparison to others not only impairs your results, but also negatively impacts your wellness. This can be cured by running your own race.

Book of the Month – July 2019

Introducing Book of the Month! Each month, a hand selected book will be featured that we believe will help our audience better experience their world.

Newsworthy – June 28th, 2019

House and Senate pass a $4.6 billion humanitarian aid bill for the border, breakdancing to be added to the Olympics, a new arms race over hypersonic missiles, and researchers calculate the cost of hungover workers to the British economy. These are the newsworthy stories…

Forgiving Yourself for the Pain You Caused

How to move on when you realize you were the cause of someone else’s pain and suffering.

Newsworthy – June 21st, 2019

President Trump to force the disclosure of prices in health care, difficulty in enforcing firearms restrictions, Facebook to launch cryptocurrency, and British advertisements to ban gender stereotypes.

These are the newsworthy stories from this past week.

Goodbyes

Saying goodbye might very well be the most difficult experience we humans go through in life. We say goodbye to life situations, places, things, to friends and loved ones, to our beloved. Goodbyes come with transitions. You are moving from a state of being…

Newsworthy – June 14th, 2019

Two companies control 92% of the dialysis clinic market, the American South has recorded the country’s slowest economic growth since 2009, natural gas is only good enough for now, and Sudanese civilian protesters have been the target of large-scale killings and rape.

Wellbeing Through Forgiveness

I have struggled with being able to let go. I would cringe when suddenly remembering something someone else, or even I, did or said that led to awkwardness, embarrassment, or hurt. I would lay awake for hours at night with the memories of these…