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How To Help A Friend With Cancer: Best Practices and Ideas

How To Help A Friend With Cancer: Best Practices and Ideas

When my friend was diagnosed with cervical cancer years ago, it was the first time I had tried to serve someone with a critical diagnosis. Honestly, because of my anxiety, I was a clueless and unhelpful bystander other than praying. I froze and regretfully did nothing. I wish someone had given me a list of pragmatic ways to serve.

It wasn’t until my own mother-in-law had lung cancer that I began to understand from the inside how to be more useful.

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How Can You Help Someone With Anxiety? Give’em a Toolbox.

How Can You Help Someone With Anxiety? Give’em a Toolbox.

Did you know that anxiety runs the gamut from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) to panic attacks, and social anxiety to PTSD?

According to the international nonprofit organization, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common form of mental health problems affecting more than 40 million adults in America.  That breaks down to 1 in 5 people affected and chances are, you or someone you know suffers with anxiety. 

Want some help? Want to help someone else? Read on, Friend.

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How To Overcome Your Sins

How To Overcome Your Sins

“If something doesn’t change soon, the way you are living will quietly, inevitably, kill you…”

This post might not be for you, but it certainly was for me. Perhaps it’s for someone close to your heart, someone you dearly love…

I wrote this quickly; it came like a waterfall. I’ve worked with the addicts and abused, with high school students and PTA moms, CEO’s, corporate officers, entrepreneurs, Christian writers, and missionaries and have heard their stories. If it’s not them, it’s their children, friend, coworker, or relative.

This post is for someone you know… maybe even you.

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