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In a society where a "Super Size Me' mentality are often the norm, there's a thin line between eating just enough and too much. Eating may not be about staying healthy but finding comfort. Guest Experts: Laurelle Warner & Barbara Dickinson
In a society where large portions and a "Super Size Me' mentality are often the norm, there's a thin line between eating just enough and too much. Before long, eating may not be about staying healthy but finding comfort. In her own words, Staci explains how food became the childhood consolation when she did not have any friends. Guest Experts: Laurelle Warner & Barbara Dickinson
Addictions do not just affect one person. These unhealthy behaviors often become a tangled web of emotions and situations. Family members and friends are affected and the role they play could determine the addict's success in recovery.
Working long hours can bring professional promotion and desired recognition from others. Yet these extra minutes can into an inability to let go of the office. It's a subtle addiction that suffocates the balance between work, home and God.
Created to express love between husband and wife, sex has been degraded to damage marriages and is a currency for unhealthy behaviors. Experts provide useful suggestions to move from inappropriate sexual activity to establish more positive behaviors.
We are all equal at the foot of the cross. That is why it is essential that faith communities provide support, healing, comfort, not judgment or condemnation. Church members have an opportunity to put God's love in action.