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Dr. Rick

Consider This: August 9, 2018

While he’s considered a “great guy” who’s “quick to laugh,” that’s only one part of “Paul.” What most don’t know is that his big demon is regret. Underneath the laughter is a painful, on-going process of wrestling with regret from a lifetime of ...



I’ve had several conversations recently with friends regarding taking responsibility for one’s life, including thoughts, words, actions, certain circumstances. There is a wonderful type of healing and practice of reconciliation and forgiveness ... more

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Something to consider: “No” is a complete sentence. Many folks have trouble saying no, and that usually results in feeling anxious, overwhelmed, resentful, or all three. We must think enough of ourselves to be able to say “no” if it just isn’t a fit. more

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Taking responsibility for your actions can be tricky. I mean, who wants to be responsible for their own hardships…relationship difficulties, illness, personal and family problems, etc. You may think you’ve done it, but there are subtleties that ... more

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And sometimes…we just need to come up for air and have a laugh. A sense of humor is considered one of the healthiest forms of human coping mechanisms. It’s called the “best medicine” for a reason. So let’s get this party started: more

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“My philosophy is: It’s none of my business what people say of me and think of me. I am what I am and I do what I do. I expect nothing and accept everything.” — Anthony Hopkins more

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