Well I finally did it. After 35 years of running off and on, I got serious and ran my first marathon at the age of 56. I had dreamt of this for so long and thought that when I finally crossed that finish line, after 9 months of training and 26.2 miles of blood sweat and tears, that I would feel proud and exhilarated. “What an accomplishment this will be. I’ll really be something now!”were thoughts I can only now barely admit to having.
Edith Point - REGISTERED MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPIST INTERN - Supervised by Cathryn I. Harris, PhD #PSY13199
Have you ever asked yourself if God truly listens to your prayers or if He’s interested in your day-to-day problems? I know I’ve struggled with these questions in my walk with the Lord to the point of being distracted from trusting God. The trials I’ve encountered have helped me realize that God wants the best for me. Have I always seen it? Unfortunately, the answer is no.
As the end of summer vacations for your children and adolescents approaches, your family may start feeling the stress of preparing to return to the new school year. Although you, like many parents, may believe that preparing for school is only a stressful event for you and your spouse, your children may pick up on the stress at home over preparing to return to school also. Returning to a new school year brings forth many life areas that call for organizing, planning, and budgeting. However, you may choose to apply the following two strategies as you try to prepare your children for the new school year with the purpose of decreasing stress.
Turning Point Counseling
Help for our family finances