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Freedom from Conflict: Surrendering Reality!

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Part three of our major video series, Freedom from Conflict, with Kelly Antwine is entitled “Surrendering The Truth!” Surrendering the Truth is something Kelly argues every child in the world does–adopts a reality that’s presented to them as fact by the adults in their lives. The problem is, that doesn’t always jive with reality…..

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Freedom from Conflict: The Distorted Truth

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Part two of our major video series, Freedom from Conflict, with Kelly Antwine is entitled “The Distorted Truth!” The truth is something, Kelly says, that gets distorted real early in our lives, like when you fall down, scrape a knee and go to your mother and she says, “Oh, That doesn’t hurt!”  Kelly remembers, “It […]

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Freedom From Conflict, the series begins today

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Today we begin a new, 11-part video series from Dallas counselor Kelly Antwine entitled, Freedom From Conflict: Discovering the Truth of Who You Are. Kelly delivered this in a lecture for Meadows.com at the Unity Church of Dallas on Sept. 18, 2012. In this series, Kelly discusses the secrets to happiness and for discovering the […]

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Family Dysfunction–The Children of Substance Abusers

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It has been said that every family is dysfunctional in some way.  Some are less so and some are more so, but no family works perfectly at all times.  In families affected by substance abuse, the dysfunction and harm can be devastating, especially to the children involved. In this month’s issue of Emotional Wellness Matters, […]

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Penn State: Did the NCAA go too far or not far enough?

Did the NCAA’s penalties for Penn State go too far?  Or not far enough? It seems that there is a lot of talk about the severity of the penalties handed down by the NCAA against Penn State. There is also debate over whether or not the statue of Joe Paterno should have been removed from […]

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How to Talk To Children About the Aurora, CO Shootings–For Children and Adults

By Dr. Harold Duncan Trauma and grief often intrude unexpectedly and violently in our lives.  Such was the case when a lone gunman killed and severely wounded dozens of theatergoers in Aurora, Colorado. Regardless of where we are located geographically and whether we actually were connected to any of the victims of the tragedy, the […]

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Getting Help After Abuse

In light of the recent attention brought to abuse, specifically sexual abuse, most notably from the Jerry Sandusky trial and his conviction, maybe it is time to seriously address the long term devastation abuse causes in the lives of millions of people around the world. As has been highlighted in the Sandusky case, young men […]

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