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Rev. Leo Booth

Say Yes to Your Spirit

Years ago I was impacted by a friend, Dr Conway Hunter, who said to me, “Leo, you need to think outside of the box.  Spirituality is not something that we explain, it’s something we experience”.

Thursday, September 25, 2008/Author: Rev. Leo Booth/Number of views (786)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Spirituality
Terry Eagan, MD

Compassion Fatigue

Time and time again people say to me, after I have mentioned the concept of Compassion Fatigue, “I never really thought about it…but you know, I think I’ve got some of ‘that.’” They are surprised, then relieved to finally have an understanding of some of the feelings they had been experiencing.  Often, caregivers have not considered that the very nature of their work has made them susceptible to this condition – the stress of caring too much.  If you or someone you know is potentially a candidate for this syndrome, then this article is for you.

Thursday, September 25, 2008/Author: Terry Eagan, MD/Number of views (872)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Heal the Healer
Rebert Weiss

Sexual Addiction

While most of us experience sex as a pleasurable experience with few negative consequences, Sex Addicts are more likely to define their sexual exploits as driven, secretive and shameful, rather than fun, playful or intimate.

Thursday, September 25, 2008/Author: Rebert Weiss/Number of views (868)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Other Addictions

Dear Children

“Sooner or later we must give up all hope of a better yesterday.” Ashley Brilliant wrote that, but I wish I had,because it says so perfectly what I want to write to you.

Monday, September 1, 2008/Author: Anonym/Number of views (736)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Family System

The Rules of Change

Life is a journey of discovery — and change is the catalyst, the energy source, that propels us toward self-acceptance, unconditional love for others, appreciation of life, and a relationship with God. The journey of life is inward, not upward — and all change is really for the better, regardless of how painful it is at the time.

Monday, September 1, 2008/Author: Anonym/Number of views (700)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Family System

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