Starting June 1st, Minnesota started strategically scaling back quarantine, allowing certain establishments to reopen in a limited capacity. Though churches across the cities have opened their doors and resumed traditional services over the past few weeks, things are not the same as they were three months ago…
It’s strange that when we struggle with something, our greatest concern isn’t what it’s doing to us. We’re worried about how it might change the way other people see us. So we hold it in.
Nothing says “holiday season” like Christmas music on the radio, meeting up with close friends and family, and eating all of your favorite foods (healthy eating is for January, right?). On the other hand, nothing says “holiday season” like arguing with your family about politics, maxing out your credit card to buy everyone the perfect gift, and feeling stretched so thin you think you might snap.
Narcissism is a word that gets thrown around pretty casually these days. But there’s a difference between someone who is a little vain and someone who is actually a narcissist. For those who actually struggle with narcissism, their issues go much deeper than outward appearances. In fact, someone with NPD (narcissist personality disorder) is often quite good at hiding their condition from the outside world.