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Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.

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Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.

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Oppositional behavior in children AND adults

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…but when should we stop and listen?

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if there ever was one…

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on destroying idols and having hard conversations with God and each other

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It started with a grammatical error.

My wife’s friend was graciously posting an interview she had conducted with my wife and me about our recently released book on anxiety. As of late, Cassia had been writing toward self-care during difficult times. …


on “opinions”, testing the truth, and maintaining relationships (even when it is hard)

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listening to Howard Thurman, watching Watchmen, and sharing with each other during a pandemic

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Jason B. Hobbs LCSW, M.Div

clinical social worker, spiritual director, author, husband, father, son, runner in Georgia, co-author of When Anxiety Strikes from Kregel Publications.

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