Category: Thursday Therapy

How to Love Your Enemy on a post by Susan Gaddis
Personal Growth

How to Love Your Enemy … Or Other Not-so-nice People

Last week on my Spiritual Legacy Facebook page, Jana asked for some practical pointers on how to love your enemy. (See Matthew 5:43-44.) That’s an important topic if you’re wanting those who watch your life to learn about your faith. First off, I don’t think you can begin to love

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How to Take Action Against Resident Evil for a post by Susan Gaddis
Personal Growth

How to Take Action Against Resident Evil

There he was. Resident evil. The enemy … sound asleep inside her tent. Jael had seen him coming from a distance and offered her tent as a place for Sisera to rest after the latest battle. She’d even obeyed his command to stand in the tent doorway and tell anyone

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How you handle your mom memories will speak volumes to your kids. Here are 5 steps to make sure those memories build your legacy of faith.
Create your legacy

How Your Mother Affects Your Legacy of Faith

Sigh. Mother’s Day can leave a person with a variety of emotions to sort through. Perhaps you have lots of wonderful memories of your mother. And perhaps you don’t. Either way, you don’t want to waste your mom memories. When you learn how to position both your positive and negative

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Argue Less And Be Heard More
Relationships

Argue Less and Be Heard More With These 5 Tips

When was the last time you came out of an argument where both you and the other person felt heard, validated, and could explore alternative solutions? Yep, I thought it’d been awhile. Me too. Today I’m going to show you how you can argue less and be heard more. Because

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The Secret to Dealing With Problem People
Daily

The Secret to Dealing With Problem People

Three different people sat in my office last week, each at separate times and for various reasons. Yet all had the same problem, or so they thought. Someone—not the same someone in each case—had ticked them off, and that someone became their problem. I’m sure you can relate. How many

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You Can Wait For God's Promises
Prayer

Yes, You Can Wait For God’s Promises. Really.

Don’t you just hate waiting? Who wants to wait to see the conflict resolved, or wait until you can afford a new car when you need one now or wait to have God’s promises fulfilled in your life? You’re part of the fast-food generation, and you want instant gratification. Don’t

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The Thankfulness Lesson of a Brownie
Thanksgiving

The Thankfulness Lesson of a Brownie {Thursday Therapy}

Yesterday I was trying to figure out what to blog about and remembered the thankfulness lesson in Notting Hill. It’s one of the best take-away memories from the film. When Anna Scott, the most famous movie star in the world, has dinner with her friend William’s family, a challenge is

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