Knowing Your Truth

June 4, 2019
By Lisa Day

Knowing your truth. Not giving away your truth. Operating in a manner that is constant with the truth in our hearts. When we operate in a manner inconsistent with our […]

Sharing The Burden

May 30, 2019
By Kathleen Hayden

As a clinical psychologist, I am often asked how I “do what I do,” in other words how do I navigate sitting with others’ pain and suffering and mental health […]

Animals and Mental Health

April 30, 2019
By Lisa Day

Dr. Lisa Day and Kristin Sunanta Walker talk about how animals help your mental health. From therapy dogs to horses to rabbits, the human animal connection is important for many […]

Defensiveness and Shame

March 21, 2019
By Anna Miller

We all have people in our lives who just can’t handle criticism. They become instantly defensive at even the smallest constructive criticism, using excuses, blaming, or even attacking when they […]

In Search of True Repentance

March 11, 2019
By Karen Watson-Jarvis

Join host Melanie Vann with guest Karen Watson-Jarvis. The discussion is based on an article written by Karen about how often we substitute the valuable things in this life for […]