Counselor’s Corner: Facade of Independence

  I was reading a devotional recently which spoke about one of the greatest problems we have as Christians. It stated weakness isn’t our great problem, but our independence. We do not ask questions we should be asking. We act as if we can handle things we cannot handle. We do not seek help when […]

Counselor’s Corner: Divorce and Marriage

Divorce and Marriage The divorce rate in the United States continues to climb and now sits at about 53% after recent reports. This is an alarming rate that marriages are ending considering what is at stake. Another alarming report is the divorce rate for professional athletes is in the 60%-80% range. If we take the […]

Counselor’s Corner: Connecting

Rochester, New York . It was 2,727 miles from the West Coast. I could ‘feel’ the miles each day after we moved. It was the first time we had lived away from our family since my husband and I started a family and I felt so alone. After we moved, I realized how critical our […]

Counselor’s Corner: Pregame

Pregame Pregame: relating to and occurring just before a sports game. The word pregame has become popular when referring to sports and has become an important part of the game for athletes. For most people pregame refers to sports but after reading 6 Steps of Pregame Mental Preparation by Dr. Patrick Cohn there is so […]

Counselor’s Corner- New Year, New Challenges

                                                                           Challenge New Years resolutions have never really been something that I have partaken in until this year. 2014 […]