ADHD blog: Comorbidities

ADHD blog: Comorbidities

The Severe ramblings of an incoherent ADHDer, or better known as an introduction to Kennyland. (Note: this was written by guest blogger Kenny Hill. The post has not been changed from the original and any typos, spelling or other errors have been left exactly as it was written.) “Hit me.” “Alright, I call.” “Read ‘em and […]

Our Support System

Happy football fans

As we are approaching some of the biggest games of the year, I wanted to take a few minutes and discuss our teams when dealing with sexual addiction. I want to point out some pitfalls and explain some of the roles when identifying our team. On a team there are many different roles that are […]

Gingerbread Man Parable (Anger/Pain Management)

gingerbread man cookie cutter

Randy Hyde, PhD introduced me to an explanation of anger when I was in residency at Preferred Family Services in 1993. Over 20 years in community mental health, I used, revised, and added concepts to this model to fit my own therapy style. I needed a way to talk to kids about anger that was […]

Embracing Our Divine Sexual Nature: Finding Joy and Power in God’s Design

man looking into the sun with arms stretched out

We are inherently sexual beings, crafted by God’s own hand, imbued with the remarkable ability to create life—a sacred and profoundly positive attribute. It is a testament to the benevolence of a Heavenly Father who entrusts us with this extraordinary capability to forge families, societies, and to know love, joy, and indeed, pleasure within the […]

ADHD blog: ADHD burnout

ADHD with words behind it Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

The Severe ramblings of an incoherent ADHDer, or better known as an introduction to Kennyland. (Note: this was written by guest blogger Kenny Hill. The post has not been changed from the original and any typos, spelling or other errors have been left exactly as it was written.) “Kenny, why did you randomly select this topic?” […]

ADHD daily blog: Dyslexia

Words all jumbled on a wall with "dyslexia" in the middle

The Severe ramblings of an incoherent ADHDer, or better known as an introduction to Kennyland. (Note: this was written by guest blogger Kenny Hill. The post has not been changed from the original and any typos, spelling or other errors have been left exactly as it was written.) Okay, here we go. Since it is Halloween, […]

The Advanced Reflective Listening Tool: How to Become an Influencer by Talking Less

Reflective listening. 2 Women sitting on couch talking

In my journey of understanding relationship dynamics, I’ve harnessed a powerful tool—Advanced Reflective Listening (ARL). This blog post takes a deep dive into my personal experiences, shedding light on the profound impact of reflective listening on relationships, personal growth, and the skillful art of  positively influencing others’ lives. The Act of Faith: Speaking Less to […]

The Mighties: Sons of the Covenant

Man fighting with javelin

The Mighties Eight hundred. That is how many men were dead around him. A circular display of confidence and competence. A tribute to God’s might and to years of training. Josheb felt simultaneously grateful and not all that surprised or overwhelmed with his accomplishment.  “Well, the Lord’s accomplishment through me,” he thought as he knelt […]

Dependency

Child holding parent's hand

[The following is a portion of the up-and-coming book called, “A Handbook for my Son” by Casey Stinnett.  If you would like to be on the waitlist for the final book, please text Casey at 9282438696. Please include your name and email address.] Is it wrong to be dependent? Well, I think that depends on […]

Circus Mirrors

bacteria under a microscope

“Did you know that you have never seen your own face? Did you know that you’ve only seen it in a mirror, pictures, or in a video? In order for us to see ourselves physically, we need the help of an external resource, such as a mirror, a pool of still water, a photograph, or […]

Lessons from Moab

Arch in Moab, UT

As I reflect on my recent hiking and rappelling trip in Moab with my husband, son, and friends, I find a few lessons I have learned. As a preface, I love being outside, if it is sunny and warm. I also love the wide open red rock country of Southern Utah. I do not like […]

The Daily Ritual Blueprint:

woman waking up in the morning

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.

Masking

Man taking off a mask and hiding behind it

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.

The Power of Anchors, Habits, and Routines: A Path to Happiness and Calm

anchor against the sunrise

In today’s fast-paced world, finding joy, happiness, and calm is essential. I want to explore a concept that we often overlook but is vital in our daily lives: the power of anchors, habits, and routines. Recently, I touched upon images that might bring a smile or contentment, such as family gatherings, sunsets or pictures of […]