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  1. I inadvertently played a game of word-association with a psychologist yesterday. It went like this: Psychologist: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Chaplain: Bible teaching improves my thinking and behaving Psychologist: Mindfulness-DBT Chaplain: meditation (learning to think God's thoughts) Psychologist: Helping clients get right with themselves Chaplain: ... get right with God Psychologist: Discovering purpose Chaplain: ... God's will for me Psychologist: Participating in communities of purpose Chaplain: ... CHURCH! My takeaway: We're created in God's image, so we'll find His reflections in diverse places. I must build bridges from those common grounds to the straight, narrow way of Jesus (John 14:6)
  2. I inadvertently played a game of word-association with a psychologist yesterday. It went like this: Psychologist: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Chaplain: Bible teaching improves my thinking and behaving Psychologist: Mindfulness-DBT Chaplain: meditation (learning to think God's thoughts) Psychologist: Helping clients get right with themselves Chaplain: ... get right with God Psychologist: Discovering purpose Chaplain: ... God's will for me Psychologist: Participating in communities of purpose Chaplain: ... CHURCH! My takeaway: We're created in God's image, so we'll find His reflections in diverse places. I must build bridges from those common grounds to the straight, narrow way of Jesus (John 14:6)
  3. I inadvertently played a game of word-association with a psychologist yesterday. It went like this: Psychologist: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Chaplain: Bible teaching improves my thinking and behaving Psychologist: Mindfulness-DBT Chaplain: meditation (learning to think God's thoughts) Psychologist: Helping clients get right with themselves Chaplain: ... get right with God Psychologist: Discovering purpose Chaplain: ... God's will for me Psychologist: Participating in communities of purpose Chaplain: ... CHURCH! My takeaway: We're created in God's image, so we'll find His reflections in diverse places. I must build bridges from those common grounds to the straight, narrow way of Jesus (John 14:6)
  4. EarlJibbs

    Child Anxiety Disorder?

    Okay, so I will take advice from anyone. But if there are any other parents out there going through this, I could really use advice. I apologize that this post is going to be long, but I wanted to make sure it is understood. My 7 year old daughter (super precious to me and completely adorable) has really bad anxiety attacks. For those of you that are not familiar with it, let me give you an real life example. It was bed time and my daughter was in bed, I kiss her goodnight and ask her casually, "so what did you have for lunch today?" She responds, then I ask "do you know if you are going to have hot or cold lunch tomorrow?" (referencing if she was going to bring a lunch or eat one provided at school. She then looks at me like I said something insulting and yells "I don’t know!" and starts breathing heavy and panicking. I then reassure her that it's fine and we will figure it out and change the subject to something that she doesn’t have to respond to. Mind you it isn’t all the time, but it can be small things like this that set her off. Normally they are followed by what you would consider a normal tantrum, but at the peak of screaming stomping feet, breathing heavy, inaudible speech where it normally turns into a regular sob and seeking for comfort, it continues. Sometimes for 20+ minutes. Here is what we have done to try to get help. 1. We have gone to our pediatrician and she gave us a prescribed a small dose of medicine that "could" help. We have seen a help in regards to how frequent the major outbursts are, but seem to make the outbursts worse when they do happen 2. We tried a psychologist (no medicine involved). We did weekly visits for over a month, but stopped because it was not helping. The psychologist solely tried to help her deal with the feelings, which was good, but we felt that we as parents needed to be taught to help her deal with those feelings and how we should react or deal with them. 3. Pray and Fast. We have been going through this for about a year now and she is always in our prayers and when we fast it involves her. Any suggestions? I feel bad that at the tender age of 7 she may need higher concentrations of medicine and use of a psychiatrist (uses medicine). If anyone else has been dealing with this I could use a couple if lines for support. Thanks everyone!