There are basically three ways to deal with triggers: Avoid them, Cope with them, or Defuse them. Scott & Julie unpack how to deal with triggers on Lifestyles of the Saved & Sane radio broadcast on 97.9 The Breeze.
Do have drama in your life. Most dysfunctional relationships involve about 3 "roles" that people play in the drama. Scott teaches for Celebrate Recovery about "Quitting the Drama" through Christ and spiritual maturity.
A global pandemic sparks a variety of fears: fear of widespread death, fear of rights being stripped away, fear of economic destitution. The supremacy of Christ calms our fears and informs our behavior.
Julie Norwood and SCOTT talk about living a life that is spiritually alert and awake. Breaking away from robotic zombie like living to tune in to what God is doing in our lives and being spiritually alert.
There are two kinds of survivors in the wake of a hurricane: those who hold on to hope & those who lose hope. Losing hope makes a person into a psychological victim. Their attitudes toward the past, present & future keep them stuck.
Scott Wiley & Julie Norwood talk about boundaries and the freedom they bring. They dive into how to clarify and express your boundaries in this first part of a two-part series on the radio show “Lifestyles of the Saved and Sane” on 97.9 The Breeze in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
To the extent you are able to have healthy boundaries on yourself, you will be able to have healthy boundaries with others. Scott unpacks three areas to strive for good self- boundaries: your thoughts, words, & emotions.
Christian mental health counselor Scott Wiley describes what is inside and outside our boundaries. Knowing the difference helps you to establish healthy boundaries for greater happiness and better relationships.