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More Common Myths That Breed Anxious Parenting

More of our children today are being diagnosed with anxiety than ever before. One of the most common causes? Anxious parenting

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Physical Intimacy and Marriage: Fantasy vs. Reality

There are three types of intimacy necessary to keep love alive over time.

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The Intermingling of Depression and Anxiety

Four practices frequently used in marriage and family therapist sessions to guide Christians, churches and faith communities through anxiety and depression.

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3 Common Marriage Myths

Essential truths every married couple can benefit from

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More Common Myths of Pornography Use

Diving into three myths of pornography use, and the universal truths that shed light on its true effects.

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Addiction Doesn't Start in the Dark, But in Your Medicine Cabinet

Did you know that illegal drug use often doesn’t start with a shady-looking drug dealer, but instead in the average medicine cabinet?

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The Most Widely-Held Beliefs That Lead to Anxious Parenting

Three of the most common myths that lead to anxious parenting and the universal truths to combat them

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The Big, Unanswerable Question: "Why Am I Still Single?"

There is no one right answer to the question of, “Why am I single?” Nor should there be. Just as humans are complex beings, so, too, are the reasons behind one’s singleness.

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What Does the Bible Say About Self-Care?

As depression and anxiety awareness sweeps through the Church, learning how we can best care for ourselves is the next step.

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4 Helpful Truths During Marital Conflict

Oftentimes during marital conflict, it’s easy to point blame at the other party — without recognizing or even noticing our role in the fight.