Peace Partnership
1 Sept

Questions I Ask In Counseling

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“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.” – Voltaire The Nature of a Question I’m going to share some of the most profound questions I’ve ever discovered. I use all of them (or some variation) in counseling sessions on a daily basis. A well-timed question is incredibly powerful. Accurate questions can instantly […]

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1 June

Understanding Trauma

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Imagine Anna, a tall, thin, young woman in her mid 20’s, raised in the rural countryside of the Midwest. She has long hair and pale skin. Her voice has a meek tone to it and she talks with a mild Southern accent. Like her past, it’s something she’s worked hard to be rid of. One […]

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2 Mar

How To Slay Your Dragons

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“That which you most want to find will be found where you least want to look.”[1] Think About Your Thinking Most people cruise through their days more-or-less on autopilot. If you take yourself off autopilot and begin to really think about what’s occupying your thoughts it can be eye-opening. Research psychologists call this metacognition, which […]

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3 Dec

3 Steps That Will Change Your Life

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Success in life is about asking the right question. There are lots of so-so, mildly helpful questions out there, but the really great ones are hidden. These great, life-changing questions are like the really smart but really shy person in your life: if you can get them to talk, what they say will be well […]

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2 Sept

I Want To Kill Myself: A Story About Hope

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There are only a handful of really important questions in life: Is there a God?What’s the meaning of life?What are my morals and values?Who am I?  Here’s another biggie: Why is life worth living? Albert Camus was a famous French philosopher and author. Like most philosophers, he had some really crazy ideas and some really good ones. I […]

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