Posts tagged anxiety
The Season of Masks

What kinds of masks do you like to dress up with? Is it Superhero, Scary or Seductive? I find that in my work I talk about the masks people use as crutches. They latched on to it and enjoyed being something different and then at some point they realize it isn’t working anymore, but the harder they try to pry the smile, the paint, the eyes off their real self the more painful it is. I know the Master Mask Maker and I try to ask him to help and go to him for wisdom when we are facing changes in how a person is working to present their real self to the world. Read more here so you can understand how masks are fun at first, but could be painful later.

Read More
Back to School (Fiction)

Back to school presents itself with so many emotions… here are some fun fictitious thoughts about the waning of summer and the beginning of fall. I work with families who are transitioning right now to get schedules worked out for the coming year as they desire to have appointments that don’t interrupt the school day.

Read More
Press On

A review of Paul’s Letter of Philippians 3 as an encouragement to the church and followers of Christ. Paul’s words and work was so focused and masterful.

Read More