“What makes you think your father was never proud of you?” I asked a millennial man in my counseling office years ago. He was leaning over, rubbing his temples with his palms. When he finally looked up at me, eyes glistening with tears, he gave a simple answer: “Because he never told me so.” Continue reading 3 Ways to Develop Your Child’s Self-Esteem
Chances are that you or someone that you love is in a dating relationship and the idea of marriage is getting stronger. If this is the case, then I would like to present to you the idea of Pre-Engagement Counseling. Let me start with a brief illustration. Continue reading Why Pre-Engagement Counseling is Better than Pre-Marital Counseling
I created this blog to provide helpful takeaways for Christians who want to glorify God through their life. Specifically, through relational best practices.
In my years of psychological education and operating a private practice, I have learned (and am still learning!) what promotes emotional and relational health. I would love to pass these onto you.
I believe psychology can contribute so much to the Christian life. I liken psychology’s contributions to the contributions of financial wisdom and medical knowledge. The findings may or may not come from Christian researchers, but the results help Christians become better money stewards and caretakers of their body.
Psychology in no way saves souls, but it does help people become better spouses, parents, friends, conflict resolvers, and connectors. What a way to glorify God!
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