What is this feeling of “blah” and “meh”? How do I know if I am in a state of languishing? Why are millenials more affected? How do I overcome languishing and what does God’s Word have to say about it?
“18 Again” delivers realistic lines on family, marriage, divorce, career regrets, and second chances. Here are some of the relatable dialogues from the drama.
“For a while, I was just like a gas-less boat in the middle of the sea, floating freely in no specific direction. I was hit hard by the waves left and right, one after another, and I was emotionally and mentally done.” What is the essence of being a woman? An 18-year-old replied, “To beContinue reading “Apple’s Story: Coping with the Emotional Challenges of Motherhood”
“I’m trying to figure out what was on the deceased’s mind. Can you figure it out by doing that? They can’t speak vocally as they did when they were alive. But there comes a moment when you begin to see what the deceased wanted to say and thoughts they wanted to share.” Spoiler Alert! MoveContinue reading “5 Good Reasons to Stream “Move To Heaven” on Netflix”
“I was alive and breathing, but I was a shell. I woke up just to go to classes, keep up appearances in church, and that was it. No joy, no purpose, no passion, no zest for the life God gave me.” Depression is a common mental health condition that is medically defined as “a constantContinue reading “Bettina’s Story: Overcoming Depression, Anxiety, and Trauma”