Aging with Grace

In 1986 Dr. David Snowdon, one of the world’s leading experts on Alzheimer’s disease, embarked on a revolutionary scientific study that would forever change the way we view aging—and ultimately living. Dubbed the “Nun Study” because it involves a unique population of 678 Catholic sisters, this remarkable long-term research project has made headlines worldwide with […]

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Will He Really Leave Her For Me?

You’ve found the man for you—and you know you belong together. But he belongs to somebody else. He says he doesn’t love her anymore…but he’s still with her. Your friends and family tell you to forget him, but how can you? True love wasn’t supposed to be like this. You must sort out your feelings, […]

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Counseling Fathers

Men do not often come for counseling because they are having difficulties with being a father, but many of the presenting problems and reasons for seeking help can be related to the roles and responsibilities of fathering. The dramatic shift in societal expectations of being a father can often leave men confused as they navigate […]

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Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it: A Checklist

Based on former FBI Special Agent Joe Navarro’s experience as a criminal profiler and behavior specialist, “Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it – A Checklist”, provides the average person the tools necessary for identifying and assessing individuals who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder. This short practical guide and checklist includes the 100 behaviors that […]

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HOLD THAT THOUGHT

Think you know what thought is? What about stress? Does positive thinking improve our health, our wealth, our well-being? Dr Caroline Leaf, a prolific and popular Christian author, teaches that “75 to 98 percent of mental, physical, and behavioural illness comes from ones thought life”, that “stress is a direct result of toxic thinking”, and […]

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Decision Making Made Smarter

“It is in the moments of decision that our destiny is shaped” – Tony Robbins We all have to make decisions every day – Miniature decisions like what meal to eat or life-changing big decisions like choosing a career or life partner. Most people struggle making even smaller choices, while a few make significant decisions […]

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Understanding Pastoral Counseling

What are the roles, functions, and identities of pastoral counselors today? What paradigms shape their understanding of the needs of others? How can pastoral counselors serve the needs of diverse individuals in both religious and secular environments? This foundational text reflects the continued and unfolding work of pastoral counseling in both clinical and traditional ministry […]

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