Although we often classify a person’s actions as problematic, in truth a person’s conduct is never the real problem. Behavior is nothing more than an outward expression of an internal issue. For example, if an individual is in a bad mood and arguing with those around them, the fighting simply indicates a possible insecurity or […]Read more
Category Archives: trust
6 Steps to Rebuilding a Broken Trust
Have you ever disappointed someone or broken a promise? Was the incident serious enough to ultimately compromise the trust between you? We all have been untrustworthy at some point. That doesn’t mean that we’re bad or selfish. Sometimes, even under the best of circumstances, we let people down. We give them information believing it to […]Read more
Fear or Faith; Anger or Peace?
When I was a child my dad would take all of us for a “Sunday drive”. Mom, my sisters, and I would pile into his 1950’s Chevy sedan with the green vinyl seat covers and off we’d go. I never knew where he was taking us or when we would arrive home. But two things […]Read more
Who Needs Anger?
Everyone – we all need anger. The most simple basic definition of anger is that it’s an indication that we have unmet needs that have to be addressed, a sign that something is lacking in our lives that we want to satisfy. As with all emotions, anger is normal, useful, healthy, and necessary. Emotions are […]Read more