Tag: emotions

Doc Answers: Angry God or Loving God?

In the last two posts I’ve been discussing the ins and outs of anger, including how to keep it in balance and when to pay attention to it. This week, though, I’m digging into the subject of God and anger. Sometimes God seems extremely… Continue Reading “Doc Answers: Angry God or Loving God?”

When to Give Anger a Green Light: The Ins and Outs of Anger, Part II

“Have you given yourself permission to be angry?” Several years ago a counselor surprised me with that question. Pretty sure my answer was a big, fat “Nope!” McLeod and I had been in marriage counseling for two months, but I felt stuck like we… Continue Reading “When to Give Anger a Green Light: The Ins and Outs of Anger, Part II”

Toasty Warm or Too Hot to Handle? The Ins and Outs of Anger, Part I

A friend posted earlier in the week as we got our first real cold front of the fall: Texas will be closed today. We’re all looking for our jackets. I would add, and our fuzzy socks. There’s nothing funnier that watching Houstonians bundle up… Continue Reading “Toasty Warm or Too Hot to Handle? The Ins and Outs of Anger, Part I”

Let Joy Find You!

I remember the first time Caroline ate blueberry pancakes. Sitting in a high chair at the grandparents, she grabbed fistfuls and shoveled them in. With gusto. Then, she caught me watching (camera in hand) and broke into full-on squeals of delight in the midst… Continue Reading “Let Joy Find You!”

everybody stresses out. here’s why I say bring it on.

Does your “To Do” list look anything like mine? Sandwiched between get groceries and take kids to practice is one little word that’s got me stress-eating mint chocolate chip ice cream and avoiding my desk at all costs: Taxes. I even use a CPA now… Continue Reading “everybody stresses out. here’s why I say bring it on.”

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