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Animal Companions are Good for Your Mental Health

Animals play important roles in the lives of many people. Some dogs, for example, work as seeing-eye dogs and others are trained to detect seizures. Some animals are used in occupational therapy, speech therapy, and physical rehabilitation. Aside from these therapeutic roles, animals are also valued for companionship, which can certainly affect the quality of our lives and our mental health.

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Engage Your Community

Engage your community and realize you are not alone in your journey.”[1] This fifth key of the 7 Keys to God-centric Mental Health, where Thom Harrison explains the…

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Research Truth for You and Yours

n the fourth key of the 7 Keys to God-centric Mental Health, Thom Harrison likens each person’s journey for the truth to a Star Wars metaphor, where the characters seek The Force.

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Generate Clear and Powerful Intent

While recognizing your role in your three-act play and moving from the ‘I’ to the ‘I am’ your intention focus provides support and pathways to the truth for others. It comes to define your sense of self as it helps solidify your place within the ‘I am’ and provides a new, clarifying lens to find lasting healing.

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Sane Single Parenthood

When I dreamt of growing up and having children, my dream was not to end up as a single parent. If you’d asked me about being…

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Ten Scientific Reasons to Get Outdoors

Being in nature can help improve our brains, shrug off the pressures of daily life, think about family, relationships, and giving back. Things that will promote better overall mental health.

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