A woman looking unhappy.

Bipolar disorder is a condition in which yin and yang are most obviously in their places. I say this in a relatively relaxed sense, purely looking at the positives and negatives, and the ups and downs of the illness. I want to share with you how I found the process of finding stability and recovery […]

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For ten years I served as a United Methodist Director of Student Ministries. I like to think of myself as a “Dead Poet’s Society” type of teacher—living life together and sharing Christ in and through my own experiences along with guiding students during their own personal journeys. We became kind of like a family. Part […]

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The mind is the place of logic and reason and it gives you the ability to collect, organize and store information. When it’s time to make a decision, your mind parses all your past experiences and tells you what to do to be safe. While this can be a good thing is some situations it […]

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Everyday I walk past a local schoolyard and hear the children laughing and calling to one another in their outside voices. It always makes me smile and I’m reminded of the Buddhist term mudita, which means sympathetic joy. Hearing a child’s laughter reminds me of this state of mind. It always melts my heart and […]

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