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Dr. Linda Mintle

Stop asking me how I feel?

How many times do we ask people, “How are you feeling?” Is that a good question? Should we be asking this question on a regular basis? The answer may surprise you. Of course, we want to be attuned to emotional needs. But when we keep asking how a child feels moment to moment in a day, we signal the child that his or her happiness is the main…

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The hope of the resurrection

Easter is one of my favorite holidays. Spring is in the air, flowers are beginning to push out of the ground, birds are singing and building their nests. All signs point to new life and a new beginning as winter fades and loses strength. Like the seasons, Easter is a reminder of Christ’s darkest days giving way to light. Out of the winter…

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The need for adult friendships

Do you have or need adult friends?  Finding those friends can be somewhat challenging given our busy lives. But researchers confirm, friends are critical to a happy life. In fact, a 2023 Pew research survey on friendship reported that 61% of adults in the U.S. say that having close friends is essential to living a fulfilling life-…

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Finding your purpose

Cameron is like so many people in life, drifting aimlessly and wondering why he is here. He wakes up every day with a sense of dread and anxiety. He is not alone. Some say we have a crisis of purpose in our culture. Too many people feel the same way as Cameron. When the book, The Purpose Driven Life, was released by Pastor Rick Warren…

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Lifestyle changes to help depression

If you struggle with depression, you may not be thinking about how your lifestyle plays into your mood. In fact, there are lifestyle changes you can make that can boost your mood. Here are a few of those changes to consider making. 1. The food/gut connection with mood: The gut is sensitive to emotions. Approximately 90% of your serotonin…

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Are you mindstuck and need to change?

Have you ever thought, “If he/she would just change, things would be better?” But when you pressed for change, the person dug in their heels and was stubborn. Despite your pleas or best efforts to persuade, nothing really happened. Then, you are left frustrated and disappointed. Author Michael McQueen calls this tendency for people…

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Alone together

Have you ever thought, “I am in a relationship, but I feel alone?” I call this alone together, the feeling of not being connected to an intimate other. Yes, you are physically together, but the relationship feels more like going through the motions. When this happens, changes need to be made to build back connection and intimacy.…

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Handling disappointment

Disappointment happens all the time. People let us down and it hurts. But we never get used to being disappointed. For example, your father promised to take you to the Cubs game. He didn’t. Your wife said she would make time for physical intimacy. She didn’t. Friends promised to call you on the weekend. They never phoned. While you…

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Expressions of valentine’s love

It’s that time of year when we focus on love. Yes, Valentine’s Day! I heard a husband grouse about the day and say, “I don’t like being pressured to express my love. And I really don’t like being forced to do it one day a year.” Sadly, he’s not understanding the spirit of the holiday. Love expressions should not feel pressured or forced.…

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Dispelling therapy myths

Wendy struggled to get out of bed. She felt sad, was losing interest in her usual activities, could not concentrate, had no appetite and was feeling worthless. She knew she was in trouble. Yet, when I suggested she see someone to help her through this difficult time, she refused. At first, she was hesitant to tell me why. But the more…

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