One of Satan’s primary tactics is to try and get you to forget about your Border Patrol activities. He works tirelessly to get you to forget your PWR goals, your drills, and to mark your calendar. He works to get you to forget why you fight, what you value, and who you truly are. Because this is a primary […]
Satan works hard to get us to forget. He wants us to forget how he beat us so he can use the same tactic again (see Learning from Failure). He wants us to forget why we fight. He wants us to forget to do our Border Patrol activities (also see Out of Sight, Out of Mind). This is one […]
Discover, Plan, Act, Reflect for a Fulfilling Day Ahead. In the realm of personal development, there’s a timeless truth: how you start your day sets the tone for everything that follows.
I’ve personally witnessed the devastating impact of chemical dependency. There is a way to recovery.
ADHD masking is when someone with ADHD tries to cover up their symptoms by copying with the behaviors of people who don’t have it. ADHD masking may be a way for some people with ADHD to fit in socially, avoid being stigmatized, or feel more accepted.
Do you, like me, sometimes find yourself questioning God’s timing in your life? I think we can all relate to looking heavenward and wondering where Divine intervention is, as we or our loved ones seem to be denied righteous longings and suffer beyond reason. Hard things happen to good people, and we could spend all […]
(Article written by S. H., Sons of Helaman Warrior) As a teenager standing on the precipice of adulthood, you might be questioning your potential and how you can impact the world positively. Let me share a secret: every great leader starts with a moment of self-doubt, followed by a series of actions that define them. […]
Recent studies continue to demonstrate the positive connection between having a father in the home and the influence that father’s can have on child development. The presence of a father in the home positivity correlates with higher levels of sociability, confidence, and self-control in children. Children with involved fathers are less likely to act out […]
Elder D. Todd Christofferson said in this last General Conference, “What our Heavenly Father offers us is Himself and His Son, a close and enduring relationship with Them through the grace and mediation of Jesus Christ, our Redeemer.” (Our Relationship With God, April 2022) My life has been a pursuit of learning the order of […]
(Read Part 1 and Part 2) How then do we take all that we know about emotion and properly utilize emotions to make informed decisions? Well that is somewhat a trick question as emotions should rarely form the basis for making decisions. Let me explain. In Stephen W. Owen’s talk entitled “Be Faithful, Not Faithless” […]
(Read Part 1 HERE). After I have successfully narrowed down and identified my emotions; where do I go from there? How then do I effectively manage such emotions? While utilizing the emotion/feelings wheel may offer a simple formula toward managing emotions… I will introduce a few more tools that can be utilized. Our first tool […]
Perhaps one of the most misunderstood pieces of the human experience is human emotion. Yet, one of my favorite facets within my clinical education has been coming to learn about emotion and the role that emotions can play within fully understanding what it means to be a person. Too often as individuals we may experience […]
One of my favorite times during any day is the opportunity I have to communicate with Heavenly Father. While I still feel as though I am continuing to learn what it means to pray and how I can properly communicate with my Heavenly Father there are a few principles within prayer that allow me to […]
“They’ll never make it in the world”, “they are too soft”, “they don’t need more love they need to be disciplined”, “they don’t know the value of true hard work”, etc. How often do we hear these kinds of statements in reference to the younger generations of today? How often do we find ourselves believing […]
To preface this dilemma I will share a story. I was working on a case one time and this man was claiming that he was poor and could not afford to pay his alimony payments to his ex-wife. The judge tasked my firm with finding out how much money this man was actually making, a […]