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Mental Health Series: Resuming!

My dear readers,

Over 3 months ago (!), I informed you that I was putting the mental health series on hold for the sake of my own mental health. I do apologize for the tremendous delay. I am happy to tell you that I successfully completed my first full-time semester of graduate school! I’m settled in a new house, working less, and still have a little time before school starts. That being said, the mental health series will resume later today (January 8, 2018) and continue each Monday until the series is completed! The topic for today will be: faith and mental health. Stay tuned, and thanks for bearing with me!

God bless!

 

P.S. If there’s a topic you want to hear about in the series, please don’t be afraid to let me know!

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Say “Thank You!”

I came across an email sent to me nearly 2 years ago. This email was packed to the brim with encouragement that I needed today! It was prophetic, if you will. I remembered the basics of the email and searched for it, seeking the treasures found within. Even now, 2 years later, the inspiration echoed.

I sent a “thank you” email to the person who had sent the email! I pray that they will be encouraged and built up by my act of thanking them! I wonder how many other people they have encouraged and will encourage?

You never know how much it will encourage someone to hear how they have encouraged you! Encouragers can get tired. Sometimes those who give encouragement rarely receive encouragement themselves. It’s important to make others aware of how they have impacted our lives! Gratitude is so important for our own state of mind, in addition to refreshing the people who have touched our lives!

If someone gave you a word to change the course of your life 10, 20, even 30 years ago…Reach out! Thank them and tell them how they changed your life or your mindset.

If a friend helped you last week with something seemingly small…Say “thank you!” Tell them why you appreciate them.

If you’ve never thanked your parents for the sacrifices they made raising you…Say “thank you” and let them know how they shaped you to be who you are today.

You could say thank you with words, some homemade baked goods, a card, an email, flowers, taking them out to coffee, a spiritual bouquet …The possibilities are endless!

 

Your “thank you” could mean more than you ever know!

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Photo by Hanny Naibaho on Unsplash