Emotional Health


“The pace of my life slowed down considerably eleven years ago when I began my journey into emotional health. It takes time—lots of it—to feel, to grieve, to listen, to reflect, to be mindful of what is going on around us and in us, to live and not simply exist, and to love well.

Resolving to reflect and grow in emotional health helped me to understand 1 Corinthians 13 for the first time: the goal of the faith path life is to love well.

Emotional health powerfully anchors me in the love of God by affirming that I am worthy of feeling, worthy of being alive, and lovable even when I am brutally honest about the good, the bad, and the ugly deep beneath the surface of my iceberg.”


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