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January 27, 2017

Guilt, Shame and Regret

by ChristianWorks

Self-evaluation and reflection on our past are healthy because we can learn from our life experiences and mistakes. It is healthy to ask: Could I have done better? Could I have made better choices? Would things be better if I had only done things differently? The results of reviewing and evaluating past decisions and behavior […]

July 19, 2016

The Unique Complications of Grief After a Suicide

by ChristianWorks

Every grief has its own unique complications. Whatever the mourner struggles with most emotionally, mentally, physically or spiritually is that mourner’s grief complicators. But, for the thousands of mourners affected by the estimated 32,000 suicides a year in the U.S., the grief of suicide is uniquely complicated. For survivors, grief can be overwhelming and the healing […]

June 14, 2016

Talking with Children about War, Terrorism and the News

by ChristianWorks

by Vicki Straughan, LMSW Our nation faces complicated political issues, dissenting world views, and the continuing war on terrorism. How these issues affect our families is paramount to parents. A parent’s desire to be proactive in caring for his children during this unprecedented set of circumstances is to be commended. Following are some guidelines for […]
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