I have found that my life experiences shaped what I believe about myself. I realized that many of the things I believed about myself were based on wrong conclusions and false beliefs, due to trauma in my life. The freedom I have found has been a result of seeking truth and choosing to believe what is true about me. Often my clients will ask me during a session, “Do you have any of this in writing?” This blog is my attempt to share the universal truths I have discovered. Revelations 12:11 says that they overcame by the Blood of the Lamb and the word of their testimony (story). God’s grace has been abundant in my life and my story has become strong. I invite you to experience God’s grace and write a powerful story of your life.
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Carl Rogers the American psychologist and founding member of client-centered therapy once said, “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am then I can change.” Strong feelings and the conclusions we form often keep us stuck in the...read more
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