Seeking Authentic Relationships

Feeling isolated or lonely? Ever considered what loneliness does to the human condition? You are in good company. After recently reading several articles on loneliness in America, I was shocked at the findings that clearly show how isolation impacts our physical and psychological health. One article states: “Since the 1980s, the percentage of American adults […]

The Exercise Effect

By: Casey Caldwell How often do you exercise? Daily? Weekly? Monthly? Not at all? We hear about and see the physical benefits of exercise on a regular basis, but do you know what all it does for the insides of our bodies, particularly our brains? Exercise* is a large piece of the puzzle of overall […]

Children Don’t Come With Instruction Manuals

By William E. McGee We know that it is easy to become a parent; those of us who are parents know that it is not easy to be a good parent. It’s rather cliché’ these days for parents to remind each other that their children did not come home with an instruction manual. Whether they […]

Henegar Happenings

Shortly after the New Year, 16 members of the Henegar Counseling Center (HCC) as well as 5 of Richmont’s staff gathered to learn the life-saving techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and how to utilize an automated external defibrillator (AED). They were trained to assess the need for CPR and perform compressions, breaths, and AED procedures. […]

Three Signs You are Setting Healthy Boundaries

By Laura Kemp What is a boundary? The root word of “boundary” is “bound.” A boundary is a limit, a line, an expectation. Boundaries function to keep us safe and protected, to keep the good in and the bad out. The lack of boundaries leads to danger, pain, and hurt. Even Isaac Newton knew about […]

Gratitude

Savoring Life’s Blessings by Jama White When is the last time someone took the time to appreciate something that you did or said or just affirm who you are? Did it lift your spirits? Or make your week? When is the last time you stopped to watch a sunset or drank a cup of tea […]

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