Tag Archives: mental health

Creating a healthy mental atmosphere within

There are thoughts that will infect your psyche with abusive pain. Quarantine them. Force them out and forbid future entry! Too many people allow people who don’t know what they’ve talking about, to tell them what to think. Some thoughts … Continue reading

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First thought, last thought, & thoughts to avoid

If your first thought is identical to your last thought, your thought process somehow has gotten stuck. Any human thought can be improved. Perhaps rutted thinking isn’t thinking at all, but merely brain impulses following the path of least resistance. … Continue reading

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Guilt — the gateway to grace!

Admitting your guilt is the gateway to grace. (Without guilt you have no need for grace.) No guilt, no grace. Know your guilt. Then you can Know God’s grace. Your thoughts, words, and actions created your present mental state. If … Continue reading

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Pondering mental health

Your mental health is influenced by the thoughts you think. Improving the quality of your daily thinking will improve your mental health. There are thoughts that are troubling to think, and scenes that are stressful to see. Mental health requires … Continue reading

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Get joy (not barely, but in abundance)!

When people have joy they get along. When they don’t, they don’t. You can passively wait for joy or you can learn how to release it from within. The voices you listen to will influence the choices you make. Choose … Continue reading

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Blocking negative thoughts (like an offensive lineman)

All thoughts are not created equal. Some thoughts need to be blocked from your brain. If you won’t block harmful thoughts from your mind, they will press in and hurt you. Unblocked, tormenting thoughts will rush your brain and sack … Continue reading

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Sin makes mental health difficult.

Although the word sin is seldom used today, its activities are as popular as ever. We live in an age that refutes the concept of sin, while encouraging people to celebrate and boast about their bondage to sin. Love disapproves … Continue reading

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