Christmas is a time that truly reveals our humanity.
Grief comes to almost everyone at some point in their life. It seems as if we also cannot escape the pain of others who are experiencing grief. The news, social media and air waves inundate us with countless tragedies such as, unexpected deaths, suicides, miscarriages, cancers, accidents and other heartbreaking tragedies.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC encourages us to be blessed when moments of disappointment and despair feel all consuming. Learn these ways to find your blessing.
Do you ever wonder where a lot of the pain we experience comes from? In our relationships, in our country, in our world? There seems to be no shortage of it.
I remember when I was growing up. I was probably about 14 or 15 and was fascinated with people like Joan Baez and Bob Dylan.
Feelings of anger seem abundant and everywhere. Allison Ricciardi, LMHC explains that, if used as intended by God, anger can be a powerful force for good.
Experiencing healing after suffering can have a downside. Allison Ricciardi explains how to find personal growth and healing from emotional challenges.
I had an interesting conversation with my friend Mark the other day. Mark, a third order Carmelite who takes his faith very seriously, complained that St. Therese never answers his prayers.
Professional Christian Counseling is a wonderful specialization in which the psychologically trained licensed mental health professional integrates their knowledge, skills and abilities with their Christian faith, values and beliefs. It’s a match made in heaven, giving you the best of both.
Facebook has this nifty feature in which you can view what happened in the past on that very day. Often I’ve forgotten what happened 6 or 7 years ago, sometimes even a year ago.