Lamenting Through a Divorce

When newlyweds promise “I do” at the altar, the thought of divorcing in the near or distant future is not a potential scenario most partners imagine. However, with the divorce rate holding at about 35-50% for first marriages, ...

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Positive Psychology – Altruism

As the year comes to a close it is amazing to see how during this time of the year traits of altruism tend to increase more than any other time of the year.  It is a time to celebrate the greatest gift, the birth of Christ, and to model the selfless life Christ modelled for us all.  Whether you are ...

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Core Wound – I Am Undesirable 

This year at SureHope, we have focused on core wounds. One that has yet to be covered is the wound that assumes “I am undesirable.” This wound, like the others, originates from a specific event or time in life where great shame beliefs or narratives formed a view of self. Often, it is most ...

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Core Wounds and Relationships

This year at SureHope, we have been focusing on what core wounds are and how to identify them. It is true that wounds are critical to the understanding of who we are as individuals. God reveals them to us so that we can receive healing. There is another layer to our wounds and that is how they ...

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Core Wound: I Am Unknown

As humans we desire to be known and connected intimately and deeply to others. This is evident in our evolution and integral in our psychological needs. We can see this in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, which depicts a five tier model of human needs in a hierarchical fashion. From the bottom of the ...

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