St. Joseph’s Holy Cloak Novena is a particular and special way to merit the patronage of this great Saint while also rendering honor to him.
Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, Vincine Franchilli invites you to resolve to reduce toxicity in your daily life for this new decade and teaches you how.
Not knowing what matters most, not living your calling, and constant busyness are a big part of the problem when it comes to the problem of anxiety.
Sometimes you may feel stressed because you are not achieving things that are important to you or your focus seems to take you in the wrong direction. Daily stress and underlying tension can result from a lifestyle that doesn’t align with your values or goals.
The things we truly we need, after our bodily needs of food, water, clothing and shelter are met are these: to feel loved, to find meaning and to have hope.
In the Gospel of John, Our Lord describes Himself as the Good Shepherd who is willing to lay down His life for His sheep. I was contemplating on this passage because of one of the hymns we were singing at Mass.
With some of my clients, when it seems likely that their present difficulties have a lot to do with childhood influences, I’ll have them fill out a handout called a “Life Script”. The Life Script helps clarify how the client perceives him or herself, as well as others.
When we lose someone or something we tend to experience significant pain and suffering. As a therapist, I encounter people dealing with grief and loss on many levels.
We do judge God all the time and those judgments are often the root of many of our problems. Therapist Allison Ricciardi shares a better approach.