Addicted to Anxiety – With Kat Papadakis

I’m addicted to anxiety! Guess what?  I believe we all are!  We're addicted to the false sense of productivity it gives us. It’s rapid, unpromising feeling of accomplishment without results. Growing up, I rarely (if ever), heard the word “anxiety.”  Perhaps there was a different word for it back then and now it’s used recklessly,... Continue Reading →

You Are as Sick as Your Secrets

We don't always categorize the kinds of "secrets" we will be talking about today, as the traditional kind of "secrets" that we might be accustomed to. Meaning, it's not like someone told me a secret to keep about someone or something. Rather, it's about the hiding, covering up, pretending, insecurities and fears that keep us... Continue Reading →

The Dark Night of The Soul

The dark night of the soul is something that happens at different times in life. When the bottom drops out, when the pain of loss grips your life, when tragedy strikes, and many other times in life can bring us to the dark night of the soul. R.C Sproul describes this phenomenon this way: The... Continue Reading →

Compulsive Lying and Addiction

How Addictive Behavior Leads to Pathological Lying When you have an addictive behavior that is illegal or generally frowned upon by society like alcoholism, lying and deceit can become second nature. Addicted individuals don’t just lie to their loved ones; they also perpetually lie to themselves. Lying is actually such a common component of addictive behavior that... Continue Reading →

Out of Your Hands

Meaghan If it’s out of your hands, it deserves freedom from your mind, too. Throughout my years in recovery, I’ve spent a lot of time learning how to let things go: the relationship that failed, the job I didn’t get, the money I blew on things I didn’t need; the pain, guilt, shame, worthlessness, and... Continue Reading →

Remembering Stillness, Reclaiming Silence

Awkward silence succumbs to comfortable quietness. I love stillness. When I find it and remain there long enough it changes me. When before I had been anxious, I there find peace. When previously confused, I then find clarity. When I enter with discouragement, I leave with hope. I have reaped so many blessings from this... Continue Reading →

The Leeb Legacy

I never looked at my life as if there were things to fix or uncover. As a Sanguine Compulsive, I wanted to always live in “happy land”. Unless something was currently bothering me, the issue wasn’t there in my mind. As you can imagine, I was incredibly wrong! The things in my life that I... Continue Reading →

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