During this unusual season of “quarantine fatigue” unresolved issues around forgiveness may rush to the surface.
Resilience isn’t merely surviving. And it’s not about denying the depth of pain and its ongoing impact. Instead, it’s about learning from and growing through adversity — about becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable.
As you struggle to hold your marriage together and have a prolonged wait to attend a Hope Restored program, it might be helpful to think about damage control.
Experiencing marital struggles is normal. Every couple does. What makes you and your spouse different is that you sought help—and that takes courage. You’re reading this article because you signed up for a Hope Restored Marriage Intensive. We applaud your choice to make such an important investment in your marriage. Most couples wait an average …
With all the changes going on around you, you can help to support strong mental health during the coronavirus for yourself and those in your care.
Licensed professional counselor Rob Jackson interviewed a woman who is recovering from addiction to pornography. We hope their discussion about the connection between porn addiction and sexualizing experiences will be helpful. (Read before and after the interview for more insights and resource suggestions.)
Do you have information and help for women who struggle with sex addiction?
While the journey toward healing may seem daunting, there are actions an adult with attachment disorder can take.
I’m engaged, and my fiancé wants a prenup. But we’re both Christians – and we both believe that marriage should be permanent. (At least, I thought we did.) A prenuptial agreement feels like we’re opening the door to divorce. Am I missing something?
Ways to help teens understand or heal from sexual assault and rape.