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Born Mad a Conversation About Dysthymia with author Robyn Wheeler
Do you or someone you know anger quickly and stay angry for a long time? There may be a medical cause - and a solution.
Author Robyn Wheeler joins host Tami Neumann in conversation about a little known disorder called Dysthymia. This disorder can destroy relationships and devastate self-esteem.
Robyn shares her battle through depression and anger in hopes to help those battling with the same things. To also help medical professionals to understand Dysthymia
Robyn Wheeler has also written:
104 Ways to Starve Your Anger and Feed Your Soul
All About Nigeria Lockley
Authors bios are usually plain old boring if you ask me and there is so much more to say or to be told than where I live and how many degrees I have. So, here’s the unauthorized bio. Here’s the stuff you want to know and don’t want to know about me.
My favorite color is blue. I like pralines ‘n’ cream ice cream. I’m on the church choir, but I really can’t sing. God bless my choir director and pastor. I was always a writer, but I wasn’t always into Christian Fiction. Poetry was actually my forte and my first love when it came to writing. I was born on a major holiday, which sucked as a kid, got progressively better as I grew up, and now it is just another day. I’ve always dreamed of becoming an author and now with confidence I can quote Matthew 6:33 which says that if we seek the kingdom of God first, and his righteousness, everything will be added unto us.
If you want to know more about me send in your questions and if they’re not on the wild side I’ll certainly entertain you. If you’re looking for the traditional author’s bio scroll way, way down on the bottom for the polished version. Want more of me, my antics, and my Jesus? Then join me on Facebook and on Instrgram at NewNigeria. See you in cyberspace and hopefully face-to-face someday soon.
Catholics are asked this question all the time by well-meaning family, friends, co-workers--even well-clad men and women who walk the neighborhoods on Saturday mornings trying to get them some SOULS for Jeeee-SUSSSS! Most Catholics aren't even sure what the question means, not because they aren't saved or born again (they are), but because they don't use those words to describe what happens to them when they are. So Catholics often stare blankly at the inquisitor and answer, "No, I'm not born again. I'm Catholic."
Evangelicals and other Baptist traditions don't believe Catholics are either simply because we're Catholic. They fear for our souls because they believe we follow traditions instead of the bible. However, Catholics absolutely are born again and/or saved (the terms are used interchangeably in Protestantism, but for Catholics they mean two different things that happen at two different times). We're born again the way the BIBLE tells us we have to be born again. We are saved the way the BIBLE tells us we're saved. The fact of the matter is that evangelicals may be born again (it depends) and they may be saved (eventually), but if they are, it will be a happy accident and not the result of following the Bible. Indeed, on these matters, it is the CATHOLIC who follows the Bible strictly and the evangelical who follows man-made traditions.
Join Senior apologist and Old Catholic Theologian Kristina Rake, M.A. to learn how it is we can say we are born again the Scriptural way and what all of this means to our lives and our afterlives.
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