If you’re itching to bring some of today’s bold colors and patterns into your room through upholstered furnishings, go for it! Since real life happens every day, you need a sofa that is prepared to handle it.
Watkins | Twitter: @jamieywatkins Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God.
—Matthew 5:9 Last fall, my local YMCA hosted a workshop with guests from the Jerusalem International YMCA.
When Moser came to Freud, he would have her lie down on a couch, just like he did with his other patients.
A lot of hypnotists used couches to get patients into a more relaxed state, but Freud especially needed it because he was kind of a clumsy hypnotist. Freud realized that if you just let patients talk and don’t say anything, they will let down their defenses, and the unconscious will be revealed.
One day Freud gets a new patient, a very wealthy woman named Fanny Moser.
Moser was struggling from all kinds of ailments—hysteria, sleeplessness, pain, and odd tics, and she had lots of doctors.
It was a small bolt of red cloth that captured the world’s attention. It shattered the illusion of distance and difference. The tragedy of the […] Filed Under: body of Christ, Books, Community, Community Care, Compassion, Culture, Faith, Global, hospitality, Identity, Love, Loving Others, Race, Racism, She Reads, She Reads, Stand for Justice, The Red Couch, Theology, We Are The Other My family history is one of skirting modern-day immigration regulations.
In that moment of seeing, the stranger on the other side of the world became our neighbor.
Dear Disturbed: The first thing you should do is to understand that your boyfriend is likely an introvert.