Self-Resurrection

Arise and move forward as a new Creature in Christ. As Christians, we are so excited about the Resurrection Sunday. For Believers, we are relieved, excited, appreciative, and energized as the thought that all of our sins are covered under the shed blood of Jesus Christ. We still have to endure our self-will, others’ projected and inflicted self-will for us. … Read More

Diet: Prayer

When we hear the word diet, we think of eating restriction for the purpose of weight management. We know that our food intake is to be done in moderation and under God’s constructive approval. Yet, we can achieve greater healthcare by entwining physical, emotional, and healthy eating with prayer. There is a connection between weight maintenance and spirituality. God’s word … Read More

Anger Management

Managing our anger can be rewarding and beneficial within our personal and professional lifestyles. We will become more empathetic and less judgmental. This will help us respect and understand other’s perspective of lifestyle choices even if we do not agree with their choices. We will build more intimate trustworthy relationships. People will not try to avoid us because of how … Read More

Children: Anger Management

Helping children to cope with their feelings of anger can be challenging if we, adults, are choosing not to cope with our own feelings of anger. After we have gone through, accepted, and handle our personal anger management, we are ready to assist our children through their anger journey. First, we have to recognize and help our children when they … Read More

Credit Card Benefits

Society is constantly encouraging students to get a credit card, since media proclaims that a credit card will teach the college student the reality of financial education and freedom. How is this possible? Credit cards can help you establish excellent credit history (if you do not purchase over the limit, make your payments, and purchase during emergency times). Students can … Read More

NO

The word no leaves a bad taste in our mouths, it limits our expectation, it initiate feelings of fear, and rejection. Yet, if we look at it from a healthy perspective, we realize that the word NO can shield us from unhealthy relationships, burn-out, and financial debt. Incorporating the word No into our daily vocabulary permits us to enter into … Read More

Mindfulness: Self-Worth

As we think about our self-worth, we ponder over what we are not. As these negative thoughts linger, we visually see ourselves as worthless, penniless, anti-social, unloved by self and others, and a menace to society. We can overcome our preconceived meditated self-image of defeat placed upon ourselves or inflicted upon us by loved ones, neighbors, co-workers, customers, supervisors, and … Read More

Mindfulness: Eating

We need to eat; yet we don’t make the time to partake of a nutritionist meal. At this moment, we are starving tired, frustrated and need to get the job, school assignment, or family commitment done; therefore, drive through at our favorite fast-food is our quick and comforting food choice fix-it. The food choices we made and are making will … Read More

Health Care: Nutrition

In order to maintain a healthy lifestyle, we need to realistically know how our personal nutrition plan is helping us to stay productive and energized. Let us take the time to take this nutrition/weight survey. Are you overweight? Yes No If yes, have you been overweight since childhood? Yes No Are you underweight? Yes No Do you exercise for 30 … Read More

Skin Care Survey

Please circle your response for your skin type Is your skin? Oily Dry Combination What is your main skin concerns? Acne/breakout prone skin with dark marks or uneven skin tone Acne/breakout prone skin/or ingrown hairs Dark marks, uneven skin tone, and/or sun damage What is your main skin concerns? Large pores or pitted acne scars Anti-aging and fine lines Dark … Read More