A few months back, I penned an article entitled Trauma-Induced Theology. In the article, I noted a few pointers:Continue reading
There are 5 roots that run down deep into our hearts, the seat of who we are as God created us to be. These are to be nurtured, fed, and released in our lives, otherwise our hearts will die.Continue reading
A life update for me.Continue reading
Chip Dodd is a trained counselor who founded The Center for Professional Excellence and Sage Hill: A Social Impact Organization (the latter essentially a counseling center). As his website bio states, Dodd helps professionals in all walks of life gain recovery from addiction, depression, anxiety and other behavioral disorders.
Out of this focus, Chip Dodd has given us his most known work, The Voice of the Heart: A Call to Full Living. In it he explores what he (and others) identifies as the eight core feelings: hurt, lonely, sad, anger, fear, shame, guilt, and glad. As he states in the preface:
“These eight core feelings are the beginning of the expression of all human emotional experience. From these core feelings we can expand the expression to name conditions of the heart such as awe, grief, envy, anxiousness, depression, revenge, delight, and boredom.” (XI)