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Facts and Feelings: How “I” Statements Promote Healing 

Relationships can naturally lead to confrontation. It’s easy to get entangled in your feelings and leave out the facts of the situation. It’s also easy to be a die-hard for facts and ignore the feelings of others entirely with a thoughtless delivery. Interestingly, Jesus was about the truth as well as the delivery of the…

Lights Out: Establishing a bedtime routine for healthy school habits.

It’s not uncommon for some students to struggle with anxious thoughts leading up to bedtime. Providing structure and reassurance is key when bedtime feels scary to children and tweens. But how do we do this without actually fueling the anxiety more? Here are a few tips to restart the training process if bedtime has become…

Is Breathing Overrated?

Why taking a deep breath will only take you so far There is something about the shift after Labor Day making it feel as if summer has said adieu. SEC football is here, the novelty of a new school year has worn off, and routine is a reality. Is anybody struggling? Maybe you have a…

But It Was an Accident! 

Showing grace to others when it hurts (literally) Walking down the halls at school, I have observed the occasional student who is daydreaming while holding up the line. Sometimes students will gently remind their peers to move along, but other times it can sound like and look more like, “Go!!” accompanied by a handsy reminder.…