10 PRACTICAL, BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES FOR A HEALTHY MARRIAGE  Agree on everything before you take action. (Amos 3:3)  Husbands, treat your wife with love, and she will feel respected. Wives, treat your husband with respect, and he will feel loved. (Ephesians 5:33)  Make the same effort to bring happiness to your spouse that you did during…

SILENCE IS GOLDEN One morning on the radio I heard a Christian comedian talk about a humorous “proverb” that goes like this: “A closed mouth collects no feet.” This is something I think we can all relate to, because who hasn’t put their foot in their mouth at some point? Biblical Proverbs have much to…

Purchase: Emotional Wound First Aid Kit If you answered YES to more than one of these questions, there is reason to suspect that an emotional injury, wound or pain is present in your life. I often suppress my feelings. I choose to keep hurtful events a secret. I hold anger or resentment. I have trouble trusting…

CHARACTER CRUMBLES WHEN COMPROMISED One morning as I drove to work, I heard a song by “Casting Crowns” titled, “Slow Fade.” The song is about guarding against the little compromises that wear down our integrity. It uses lines from a popular Christian children’s song, “be careful little eyes what you see, be careful little ears…

One of the most common requests we have as hypnotherapists is for assistance with sleep disorders or insomnia. There are so many effective and efficient ways in which to overcome these types of problems through hypnosis that success can be as easy as inducing the hypnotic state and delivering your favourite suggestions for healthy, rejuvenating…

Life is hard sometimes. Whether it’s managing finances, battling long commutes, or consoling demanding children and bosses, stress manifests in a variety of ways. Recent surveys reveal some pretty alarming statistics about stress: 33% of people feel they live with an extreme amount of stress, and 48% of individuals believe the stress in their lives…

Sometimes depression is caused by anger turned inward. Psychologists know that many times depression is caused by unresolved anger that is turned inward and suppressed. When someone feels that they cannot express their anger, it can become a seething cauldron within that leads to self-criticism and profound feelings of guilt and rejection. The person feels…

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