The Changing Role of the Father “You’ve come a long way Dad, and for the better” A few centuries ago, father’s roles were primarily to serve as the breadwinners, and the instructor of moral values. However, in the everchanging world due to economics, and there was a rise of industrialization and urbanization and factories emerged [...]
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Is My Husband/Wife a Sex Addict? The word addiction carries many connotations but to be “addicted” typically means that there is a physiological dependence on something that is very difficult to break. Research on the brain has confirmed that there is a significant neurochemical reaction in the brain to sexual stimulation. These neurotransmitters are very [...]
Unity: An Answer from Peace During a time of many voices, much division and uncertainty about the future it is important to quiet the voices that create more unrest and amplify the voice that is known as the Prince of Peace (Isaiah 9:6). This is what God‘s Word says about the topic of unity. 1 [...]
Building Strong Families What does the word family mean and how do we make strong families? The word family has changed over time. Some people may think of family as their parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Others may expand the definition to close friends or neighbors. The constructs of a family are diverse. However, [...]
Making the "New Normal" normal Counselor Mike Vaughn tells us how to live in the "now" and reduce anxiety about the future https://www.wcnc.com/article/entertainment/television/charlotte-today/counseling-normal-anxiety/275-2c58d060-9617-4c9e-b816-33e1c57bb754
Supporting Your Children and Teens During COVID-19 We’re all aware that COVID-19 has changed our lives in many ways. The adjustment has been difficult for many of us. As adults, we have had to deal with the stresses of working from home or losing our jobs, trying to maintain our family’s physical safety, and managing [...]
How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Exacerbate Anxiety and Depression. Keeping Yourself Healthy Through It. This pandemic with its rules for social distancing, staying quarantined in our homes, having to isolate from family and friends. Not being able to work and do the things people naturally do or activities that you enjoy like attending church, exercise [...]
Living Embodied and Relational During Stay at Home Stay at Home…don’t go out unless you need to…you are trying… and yet, are you tired, worn out, irritable, and angry the longer this goes on? Having emotional ups and downs, anxiety, sadness, anger, and feeling powerless are all normal responses when our bodies and spirits are [...]
SureHope Counseling & Training Center would like to wish you a very Happy Easter! May we be reminded of the meaning of Easter and celebrate this truth every day of the year! John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not [...]
Easter: The Hope of Victory Easter is here, and it feels different from recent years. There is a heaviness that cannot be ignored. The wake of the COVID-19 virus has put many of us in what seems an eternal “Saturday”. No, I do not just mean a day of the week, but rather the day [...]