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We will discuss how to recognize, and prevent, denial from adversely impacting a successful outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Spicy Vegetable Stew, and the "adventure" recipe will be Prosciutto and Cheese Mini Meatloaves.
Prayer with the Prophets!
Let's pray like: Jesus, King David, Daniel, Prophetess Anna, Paul and Silas and you!
Luke 18:1 (KJV)
1 And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint;
Matthew 6:9-13 (KJV)
9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
11 Give us this day our daily bread.
12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.
Let us pray until we have the answer!
What is the Focus Prayer today if any?
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If you have the Holy Spirit in you why or how can anyone deny the end-times circumstances that are plaguing us today and the Church over all is staying silent. Could it be most Churches are full of false converts who really are not born again? Julie and Scott address this issue tonight
in Self Help
We understand the definitions below according to the Merriam Dictionary. However, there are times in an abusive relationship adapt to a place of "self-denial" be for various reasons.
1. We do not want to accept the fact that we are in an abusive relationship
2. My partner does not hit me as you see reported.
3. It is just a way of marriage...these are just a few and we are going to discuss others on the show. Join US!
a. A refusal to accept or believe something, such as a doctrine or belief.
b. Psychology An unconscious defense mechanism characterized by refusal to acknowledge painful realities, thoughts, or feelings.
My purpose is to take real life experiences and put them into context so that you can begin to see light in all things. Nomatter what has happened; good, seemingly bad or indifferent, it is all part of the grand design to bring forth a higher awareness. The awarenesss that you are the key to your happiness and the answer to your very prayers. Join me as we take this beautiful walk through time.
Denial About Dementia is a Common Occurance
From time to time, we're all in denial about various aspects of our life. It's how we cope — denial masks emotions of grief, loss, fear and uncertainty.
What causes denial? Many things: lack of communication, distance, self-preservation, fear of the unknown and uncertainty about the future. Denial, however, leads to the continuation of a downward spiral and makes the diagnosis of dementia even more traumatic and difficult to face.
At first, denial at it's best can be a healthy defense against admitting that your loved one has dementia.
Denial involves not acknowledging what you see or hear and/or unconsciously negating what you see or hear. Denial helps you block the more painful aspects of reality. However, if denial continues too long, then it can be life-threatening to you and your loved one.
Denial about dementia at it's worst can mean the withholding of essential treatment or development of a helpful care plan going forward.
When family caregivers are unrealistic about their loved one with dementia's level of functioning and care needs, they put their loved ones at risk.
"When my dad developed dementia, my mom tried to deny it and I tried to fix it. We both failed"
We see things changing and notice the person losing the ability to do what they once could. Often we're reluctant to step in and take over as it may feel like we're giving up on the person or crushing their independence.
Today we will be talking about how to maintain a realistic outlook on your loved one’s care, and thoughts on helping your other family members do the same. Tune in and listen to our guest this show, Theresa Haleen, Business Development Representative for Interim Healthcare and owner of Assisted Living Options for Seniors share her perspective on denial.
in Self Help
This week the healing will be focused on 'terror' in honor of the Paris attacks.
Many of us find ourselves repeating the same lesson(s) over and over again. Not to say that some lessons don't run like that, as they do. What I am referring to, are the ones in which you have not applied the lesson or are simply not aware that there is one. The idea or at least what I have come to understand, is to apply the lesson to your life by taking responsibility for what is or has occurred. By changing the re-action, emotion or thoughts connected to the experience and working diligently to see deeply that what is happening is not to your detriment. In fact it is the very way in which wisdom is obtained, faith is strengthened and dreams become reality. Once you realize, you are the common denominator; you then have the power to change your life. This is my story....