Monthly Archives: November, 2018

Mental Health with Prudence

When I am in the middle of a mental health battle everything can and usually does seem wrong – bad – against me – nothing is going right and “NEVER” will again… and we all know that this is bunk when we are at the other side of the battle…  The battles are dark and potentially …

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Empathy with Charlie Brown

I grew up watching and reading Peanuts cartoons – their Christmas TV video is still a must… The main character is Charlie Brown – a guy who seems to have the world against him at times… Often dealing with mental health battles it does seem like the world is against me… which is an exaggerated …

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Rejoice to the Max!

Phil 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord always and again I say rejoice! But is there ever a “max” rejoice level? If you’ve read any other blog postings, then you know that I constantly push rejoicing… To me, rejoice is the exact opposite of depression… It’s what I can get when I do the 180 and …

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