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Article | Emotional Health >
With the voice of her psychologist dad in her head, Allison Vesterfelt reflects on our ambivalence about our feelings.
Article | Emotional Health >
Kids need to be taught that feelings will come and go and need not become part of their self-identity.
Article | Christian Living >
Having feelings and acting on them can be completely separate concepts. Wisdom can help you differentiate.
Article | Youth >
Don't let emotions trump truth
Video | Teaching >
Napkin Theology 2 - Faith, Facts, and Feelings
The relationship between faith, facts, a»
Audio | Women >
Barbara Rainey and Susan Yates recall their confused, liberating, emotional days surrounding the start of their empty ne»
Blog Entry | Emotional Health >
I must evaluate whether expressing my acknowledged feelings to anyone other than God will serve His purpose, and I must control their expression accordingly. Larry Crabb I have emotions.  I am human, and I as a creation of God I have feelings. God feels, so therefore I do.  Feelings are good when they are feelings such as being loved. Then there are other feelings that I want to deny, push away and run from such as grief, fear, loneli»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Question (from Facebook community): “I don’t know if I’m coming or going. How do you sort through all the feelings and acknowledge them?”   Several years ago, I asked my then ten-year-old son what he was feeling. His answer, “I don’t know.” I realized he may not even know how to identify his feelings, so I pulled together a list.  I know this may seem totally rudimentary, but when you are feeling about a thousand feelings, it can»
Blog Entry | Culture >
Here is a great little clip fro Mark Sayers on why many Christians, and almost everyone in the West, have become enslaved to our feelings. I lived like this for years. For me, the old ‘fact, faith, feelings’ train in a Christian tract that I saw about 30 years ago still holds true.
Blog Entry | Emotional Health >
If it’s been learned, it can always be unlearned. It's never too late to untangle the knots in your thinking. Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny. Mahatma Gandhi Do feelings and thoughts drag you to places where you don't want to go?Negative thoughts and feelings tangling themselves»