by Cynthia L Simmons | Mar 23, 2023 | Podcast
Americans tend to stay so busy we cut back on sleep. Lack of sleep can make you less focused and more prone to disease. In light of that, we want our children to get enough sleep. How do we handle a resistant child?
Author Sarah Hamaker can help us solve the sleep problem. She gave a plethora of ideas to help you induce your children to hop in bed and rest well.
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by Cynthia L Simmons | Jan 26, 2023 | Podcast
Recently, I took my granddaughter to the play ground and watched while she threw herself into enjoying the equipment and making friends. She was free and peaceful.
As we get older, we experience an influx of intrusive thoughts, and we second guess everything we do. Conflicting voices torment our thoughts and rob our peace.
My guest this week was author and therapist Tracy Taris. She offered advice about sorting through the chaos so you can have a peaceful mind.
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by Cynthia L Simmons | Jan 6, 2022 | Podcast
When we approach the New Year, everyone tends to decided what their plans are. What are my New Year’s resolutions. However, my guest this week was author Peggy Sue Wells. She believes in self-care and mental health. So she decided what not to do in the New Year. You’ll learn a lot and enjoy a chuckle when she shares her list.
by Cynthia L Simmons | Mar 4, 2021 | Podcast
Years ago, I taught a Bible study for ladies with a friend. Whenever it was my turn to teach, I battled negative thoughts, which I believe were spiritual attacks. Philippians 4 tells us to think about things that are good and excellent. How can we do that when life is crazy?
My guest this week was counselor Michelle Nietert. She offered a roadmap to keep our thinking on track.