Managing Stress in Healthy Waysby stephanie reck
Between 75-90% of all doctor's visits are stress-related. Stress comes in a variety of symptoms, ailments, and conditions. Stress can affect you spiritually, physically, and emotionally. There are many things in life to cause us to feel stress and anxious. Chronic stress can complicate matters and can lead to burn-out and Adrenal Fatigue.
Are you Emotionally Bankrupt?by stephanie reck
Bankrupt means that you lack something. To be emotionally bankrupt means that you have given out to others and need to be refilled back up, or it can refer to going through multiple stressful events and you feel emotionally exhausted. Either situation, you are emotionally bankrupt.
BURNOUT TANGO PART 1by Gabriel Oluwasesan
In this write up and in some of the post that will follow, I will be dealing with burnout and stress. Many do confuse burnout with stress but they are actually different from each other thought somewhat related.
4 Tips to Relieve Stressby Patricia Coldiron
When we are stressed, we may suffer physical symptoms such as headache, muscle tension, and irritably. Practicing a few simple tips will help eliminate stress from your life.
Not My Ownby Abby Kelly
It's tempting, even in recovery to say things like, "God wants me to take care of my body," or, "My body is a gift from God." While these are nice affirmations, they are theologically incorrect.
How to Minister to the Sickby Segun Olumide
How can I learn to minister healing to the sick? Is there a difference between ministering to the sick with the gifts of healings and ministering by simple Christian faith? Read on!
Firing Anorexiaby Abby Kelly
When someone doesn't perform as expected, you fire them. Anorexia never did for me what it promised to do. However, 1 Thessalonians 5:24 promises that there is one who will never let me down, "The one who calls you is faithful, and he will do it."
INTRODUCTION TO INVISIBLE ILLNESSESby Jeffrey Hagan
People with invisible illnesses have a tough time. They deal with far more then just the chronic pain their bodies experience. This article addresses some of those and gives some basic advice on steps to take.
COPING WITH FIBROMYALGIA AND CFSby Jeffrey Hagan
Living with a chronic illness is exasperating. This aritlce give a brief list of nine things in our lives we need to be on the lookout for in order to best deal with our ailments.
"JUST GET OVER IT." THANKS FOR NOTHING!by Jeffrey Hagan
Uninformed people say ignorant things about the ailments of others. This is especially true of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and depression. Some of the things they say, as well as some of the things you can do, are covered in this brief article.
CHRONIC PAIN IS REAL. BE SUPPORTIVE OR BE QUIET!by Jeffrey Hagan
Those of us suffering from fibromyalgia or some other chronic pain condition are sadly all to familiar with hurtful words from people who do not understand. These comments come from friends and family as well as strangers and even doctors. This is a list of what NOT to say.
Idol of the Heartby Chris Gambrell
This week I began reading through the book of Jeremiah, and as I was reading the second chapter, a haunting feeling began to overwhelm me. God is presenting His case against Israel through Jeremiah because they rebelled and forgotten God by following idols, After all that was said Israel denied everything.
Active Restby Abby Kelly
In "workout vernacular" there's a term active rest. It is those seconds between sets or days between workouts that capitalize on all your hard work. During those rest periods, the muscles and tissues grow and rebuild. Without them, the body's ability to perform diminishes. The exercise analogy can be related to the importance of rest in my daily life and walk with God.