“Pain is a motivator! Pain is the brain’s way of telling you to CHANGE something. It could be as simple as lifting your hand off the hot stove, a constant headache or being in an abusive or unfulfilling relationship. Both physical and emotional pain are signals to wake you up to change your behavior. Pain can be your friend to alert you to something that is not in alignment.
“How do you metabolize the pain and difficult passages in your life? Inner peace and maturing in our faith happens when we learn how to be reasonably comfortable with the uncontrollable. Our culture teaches us to run from failure and sorrow instead of teaching us how to embrace and endure the adversity and loss. EnteringContinue reading “Dealing with Emotional Pain”
“I was born in the Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington D. C. After completing his duty in the U. S. Army, my father, Robert Lewis, became a gemologist and a jewelry store owner.
If you have difficulty under the pressures of life, you could experience spiritual Identity Theft. Read this article to learn 3 powerful ways to cope and achieve your goals and purpose in God.
I don’t look like what I have been through. And you don’t have to look like the abuse, dysfunction, grief, stress, sickness, struggle or heartache you have been through.
Pain is like a smoke alarm. If you take out the batteries because you don’t like the noise, or you never put in new batteries, your house could burn down. Don’t let your life be destroyed into ashes because you are ignoring the pain you feel in your heart, body, relationships, finances or job situation. If there is smoke, there is a fire starting. Put out the fire with action, courage and faith. Pay attention to the “alarm signals” or you will pay a heavy price.”
Millions of people suffer from depression (e.g. sadness, hopeless, fatigue and loss of interest). Depression is an illness that involves the body, mood, and thoughts. It interferes with daily life, normal functioning, and causes pain for both the person with the disorder and those who care about him/her. For some thisContinue reading “Persevere through the hard times”
People cannot give you what they usually CANNOT give, DON’T KNOW HOW to give or DON’T WANT to give. Unrealistic expectations and assumptions are a setup for resentment, anger and …