By: Bill Lokey

Responding in Times of Crisis

It is a normal day, you answer the phone, and in an instant everything changes. “There’s been an accident,” “it’s malignant,” “I’ve been laid off,” “I’m sorry, the ultrasound revealed a problem,” “she attempted suicide,” “there was a fire,” “your child was molested,”...

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Choosing A Therapist

I don’t know what you think about therapists or have thought about people who go see them but it may be that for some reason you are considering finding one for yourself now.  If so, here are some considerations for helping you choose a therapist.  I hope...

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6 Ways to Living With Regret

What happens when your story hasn’t turned out like you wanted? When you feel there is a part of your story that you wish you could erase or edit out somehow yet no matter how hard you try, it’s there reminding you…accusing you. We all have regrets, but how are we...

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Having an Affair – What to Do

It happens and it really stinks. You’ve been married for years and suddenly you find yourself attracted to somebody else. Maybe he or she works in your office; maybe you even met them at church. A long conversation turned into a test-flirt that got rewarded, then the...

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Making Changes in My Life

Do you feel like you’re stuck? Are you repeating a pattern over and over in your life that you can’t seem to change? Things like:  Getting into the same kind of unhealthy relationships (or avoiding relationships) Repeatedly saying something you...

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What To Do When Losing Hope

Most of us have experienced times when stories of other people’s victories leave us feeling angry or resentful instead of encouraged. Deep inside we have questions like, “Why doesn’t that happen for me?” “Why do my prayers seem to go unanswered?”  We...

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Living With Secrets

Some of you reading this right now are living with a secret in your life.  Maybe it’s something you have done that you fear would destroy your family, your reputation, even your career if it were found out.  It may have been a one-time event. Maybe it’s still going...

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Thirty Minutes of Courage

There was a time when I was “faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound!” If you are younger than 50 you may not recognize this statement but it was one that began the weekly TV show of Superman,...

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