Trauma Time, Healing Hours
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Update: My Domestic Church has taken over the weekly 7 Quick Takes. I’ll try linking up there.
- There was a recent conference in California that focused on mental health promotion by church leadership.
- “Low contact is for when things are going badly, but you hope that with boundaries, perhaps a relationship is achievable. No contact is actually a loving response. It is for when you accept that the other person is unwilling or unable to change, and therefore, there is no hope for a healthy relationship because it will never happen. No contact IS biblical, but the Christian response is to come to this conclusion in prayer. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy is an excellent help.” What does the Bible say about going no contact?
- Mental health moderates our desires, including the immoderate desire of gluttony.
- How can you help a friend with an eating disorder?
- Healing trauma from the mother wound.
- When is it good to take a child to a therapist?
- Ending with your weekly reminder that All Things New: Breaking the Cycle and Raising a Joyful Family is available for purchase. Already read your copy? Leave a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads (please, leave a review–it takes courage, but it helps the people who need the message find it), and don’t forget to link up with this month’s An Open Book from Carolyn Astfalk & Catholic Mom.
This week’s AV: Imagine Dragons’ “No Time for Toxic People.” It’s a beautiful day. Keep it that way.
Thanks for reading, listening & watching, fellow image-bearers. Now give My Domestic Church a look-see.