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 […]
When you hear the word budget what do you think of? Many people think of a big list of dos and don’ts that restrict how you spend your money. Well, if that is what you think of then you are doing it wrong. Budgeting is the best way for you to spend your money the […]
One of the most intriguing and well known forms of therapy is cognitive-behavioral therapy or CBT. 4 questions we should all consider at times to better understand our own thoughts.
Letting our children have cell phones is like giving them venomous snakes and hoping they won’t get bit. Rationalizing or believing our children won’t wander into dangerous paths via technology is ignorant.
One of my favorite Bible stories is when Christ heals the blind man by the pool. I hope we can all take the time to recognize the symbolism this story has within the journey of self-mastery.
One of my favorite lessons I learned as an undergraduate student at BYU-Idaho was a lesson taught in my abnormal psychology class. My professor taught us the difference between self-worth, self-esteem, and self-confidence. He asserted that many of us may confuse the concepts or interchange them without really recognizing it. However, to best apply the […]
In my clinical internship at the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center I had the unique opportunity to assist students struggling with a variety of different issues. Perhaps one of the number one epidemics facing undergraduate students is anxiety and depression. Students begin to learn very quickly that adjusting to life can be complicated as they learn to […]
What does it mean to live a value-based lifestyle? How does that impact a person in their ability to function and become the person they want to be? How does it compare to living a shame-based lifestyle and having a shame-based recovery?
What is self care? Self care includes areas of physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and social. The best self care is to live life in a way that doesn’t leave you depleted.
Before you reject this article, you need to know I am one of you, this Younger Generation. My name is Daniel White. I am 17 years old. I want to serve you. I want to share things with you that will make your life more energy efficient. I have a history of working through adversity. When […]
The Lazarus Lectures series was a game changer for us. My husband and I have struggled for most of our 23-year marriage. We have been through years of counseling, therapy, books, and tried just about everything you could think of. This was literally a fingers-crossed, “we don’t think anything can really help us but we […]
I didn’t quite know what to expect when we started the Lazarus Lectures, but I am ecstatic to say that the results I was hoping for in our marriage are coming to fruition! When we began I don’t know that I would have said that our marriage needed to be “raised from the dead,” but […]
Some of you who are reading this may have been guided here for more education. “I’m Not Okay, You’re Not Okay, But That’s Okay” does just that. This FREE ebook goes beyond the modern science of relationship psychology to show you how eternal principles and divine power can be harnessed to heal your relationship. The principles from this book […]
My name is Francesco and I am now 35. I grew up in Italy in a small town, where the church was organized in a small branch (30-40 people in sacrament meeting). Now i’m living in austria with my wife and 2 kids.
I started watching Porn when I was 11.
One of the hardest things to do is to stay motivated during down times or in the off season. I know because it is one of my biggest challenges. So, here are 4 simple ways to keep your fire burning: Take a break from whatever sport you compete in. “Absence makes the heart grow stronger.” […]