Zoom Codependency meeting Friday June 19th 2:00 Mountain Time

Greetings my Readers on Idontwantthisdivorce.com,
Just a reminder that we will be having our Zoom meeting on co-dependency tomorrow on Friday, June 19th at 2:00 Mountain time, 1:00 PM West coast time, 3:00 Central time, and 4:00 East Coast time.
Here is the link to get into the meeting.
 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82321940460?pwd=ZVFMWUNJZ0pXbUdJNG05bUJVKzFqdz09
Meeting ID: 823 2194 0460
Password: 507459
 
We will continue where we left off last week on Co-dependant relationships- this could be a spouse, family member, or a friend. The discussion has been lively and great perspectives were shared. If you’re codependent and need to have someone in your life, join us as we work through codependent relationships. Rana Justice and I will moderate this group meeting.
 
We also want to look at our fall meetings, to try to figure out what dates and times work for you. Topics discussed will include Boundaries, The 5 Love Languages, and the Colorcode series. I’ll go more into the descriptions in a few weeks. If you have questions or want to address a specific topic, please let me know and send it to me. I will keep it confidential who sent the info and question. This is a great group, and if you know of others who may benefit from this group, please invite them.
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Living in Fear (2) By Dr. Michael Brooks

Living in Fear (2) By Dr. Michael Brooks

Continuing this week on “Living in Fear,” we’ll learn how to start dealing with the fears that hold you back. And how I overcame my fears with some simple steps and moved forward with my life.

I remember when my older brother had moved to Minneapolis from Chicago when I was eleven years old. I hadn’t seen him for several months after his move. I saw him sitting on the couch when I came home after school, talking with my dad. I was too shy to go over and say Hi to him. My dad said Mikey, come over here and say hi to your brother. That’s how shy I was, and I would embarrass very easily as a kid. Something inside of me told me I’d better start getting over my fear of shyness and meeting new people. I decided that I would try to make some new friends in our neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago.

I loved sports and did OK when we had pick-up baseball games in our city park. Most of the time, I would be the last one picked to be on a team because I didn’t really know anybody. I was OK with that. When summer was over and school started, there was a teacher I had in 5th grade. His name was Mr. Hunt. He would have us play softball in gym class and at recess. He taught me how to catch, how to bat, he spent quality time teaching me how to play the game of baseball. He must have seen something in me because I sure didn’t, he taught me that I could hit, field and run the bases. That following summer, when we had pick-up games, I was usually picked first or made a team captain. My shyness was now becoming a thing of the past, and I was making friends through my love of sports. That has carried on today for my love and passion for the outdoors. Making friends isn’t a problem. Once in a while, the shyness creeps in when I am in a social setting. The key to overcoming my shyness was getting involved with people I didn’t know and doing something that I enjoyed and that was sports.

OK, Dr. Mike, that’s a great story, but I have different fears and want to know how I can overcome them as you did, how can I do that? I think the first step is to identify what your fears are. Many fears can comingle with each other and need to be separated so you can work on each one. For example, my fear of moving can also be a part of the fear of making new friends, the fear of a new school and new teachers, the fear of a new neighborhood. When I went to the city park to play softball, this was my first step in dealing with the fear of shyness and fear of making new friends. It worked out that the other fears I had, worked themselves out too. I didn’t tell my parents that I was shy and avoided people! I’m sure they noticed that about me, but never said anything to me about being shy. I wasn’t a natural at making new friends, but the sports helped, and growing into my teen and adulthood years, sports is what got me through making new friends.

In next week’s article, I’ll have some suggestions on how I dealt with my own fears and how I moved on to live a life without the fears that were holding me back. I’ll provide some valuable tips that you can use in dealing with your fears!

Do you feel frustrated with the fears that hold you down and prevent you from living? Do you want help in dealing with your fears and moving on with your life? Do you need to identify your fears and how to manage them? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to contact Dr. Mike and set up an appointment. Please call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878. If you need to talk.

Dr. Michael Brooks is the founder of Applicable Counseling and life coaching Services. It is affordable, accessible, anonymous and available by appointment from the privacy of your home. To avoid travel time and the comfort of home, many clients prefer to meet with Dr. Mike over the phone or via Skype (if you want to Skype with Dr. Mike send him an email at mbrooks3353@gmail.com to set up an appointment). The convenience of this type of Counseling/Coaching is the most effective means of Life Coaching for those who live outside of Colorado. Give Dr. Mike a call! You’ll be glad you did!

Dr. Mike will be having Zoom classes on; How to Set Boundaries for yourself, your kids, and dating. There will be a class on the 5-Love Languages, how to have better relationships with your spouse, family and friends. Then lastly, Dr. Mike will be having a class on the Colorcode, why we do the things we do, how to deal with the negative people in your life. If you are interested in any of these classes or have questions, send an email to mbrooks3353@gmail.com or call 303.880.9878.

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Living in Fear (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

Living in Fear (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

What monsters live under your bed at night? Meaning, what causes you great fear? Is it something in your past that has been hidden for years, or maybe a confrontation with someone that you have been dreading. There are many reasons we all deal with fears in our lives. Each one of us, at some point in time, has lived in fear of someone or something!

Fear can cause anxiety, depression, and failure

Growing up, one of my biggest fears as a child was moving. My dad, as many of you know, was a career military officer. We constantly moved, in the states, and Europe. You really never settled in one place; when my dad’s orders came, we moved. Making new friends was hard for any kid whose parents served in the military. I know for many of us military brats, most of us have a fear of moving. We rarely saw our cousins, grandparents, or aunts and uncles. That is just the way it was.

So, what fears are you facing today? Health issues, relationships problems, or unmet expectations! We can deal with our fears in healthy ways or unhealthy ways. I’d have to say dealing with our fears in a healthy way takes courage, planning, and maybe some counseling/coaching. If your fears control you, then you will most likely: avoid, run away, change the subject, make different plans, forget, and find any excuse not to face your fears!

Growing up, I hated, and I mean that in every way, meeting new people or being at family gatherings or family reunions. I was such a shy kid growing up. We moved all the time as a military family, you had, new schools, new friends, and that compounded my shyness. As a kid, the fears we had could most likely be talked away by our parents or older siblings. Not so much as an adult, our fears control us in many unusual ways. When I counsel people, the most common fears and worries I hear about are: Jobs, finances, children, in-laws, their future, and many more. I think for the most part, kids live in a world that’s pretty predictable, friends, electronics, food, etc. Kids will fear and worry about: parents who may be divorcing, a family member or pet that’s ill, losing friends, etc. So, next week, I want to slowly look into how to face your fears.

In next week’s article, I’ll have some suggestions on how I dealt with my own fears and how I moved on to live a life without the fears that were holding me back. I’ll provide some valuable tips that you can use in dealing with your fears!

Do you feel frustrated with the fears that hold you down and prevent you from living? Do you want help in dealing with your fears and moving on with your life? Do you need to identify your fears and how to manage them? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to contact Dr. Mike and set up an appointment. Please call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878. If you need to talk.

Dr. Michael Brooks is the founder of Applicable Counseling and life coaching Services. It is affordable, accessible, anonymous and available by appointment from the privacy of your home. To avoid travel time and the comfort of home, many clients prefer to meet with Dr. Mike over the phone or via Skype (if you want to Skype with Dr. Mike send him an email at mbrooks3353@gmail.com to set up an appointment). The convenience of this type of Counseling/Coaching is the most effective means of Life Coaching for those who live outside of Colorado. Give Dr. Mike a call! You’ll be glad you did!

Dr. Mike will be having Zoom classes on; How to Set Boundaries for yourself, your kids, and dating relationships. There will be a class on the 5-Love Languages, how to have better relationships with your spouse, family and friends. Then lastly, Dr. Mike will be having a class on the Colorcode, why we do the things we do, how to deal with the negative people in your life. If you are interested in any of these classes or have questions, send an email to mbrooks3353@gmail.com or call 303.880.9878.

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Zoom meeting on Co-Dependant Relationship and Need Help? Friday, June 12th 2:00 PM

Are You Stuck In a Co-Dependant Relationship and Need Help? Friday, June 12th 2:00 PM

On Friday, June 12th there will be a zoom meeting on dealing with those in co-dependent relationships. This meeting will be hosted by Mike Brooks and Rana Justice. Please join us Fridays, June 12, 1:00pm Pacific, 2:00pm Mountain, 3:00pm Central, 4pm Eastern time, via Zoom.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82321940460?p … z09Meeting ID: 823 2194 0460Password: 507459

Are you co-dependent on someone in your life and wonder if it’s a healthy relationship that you’re in? Do you want to learn more about co-dependent relationships and how they affect you? Do you Have difficulty making decisions in a relationship? Do you Have difficulty in identifying your feelings? Do you Have difficulty communicating in a relationship?

A codependent is someone who cannot function on their own and whose thinking and behavior is instead organized around another person, process, or substance. Many codependents place a lower priority on their own needs, while being excessively preoccupied with the needs of others.Do you identify with any of these? If you do, this is a great class to sit in on or be a part of. It’s free and a great way to get help if you need it.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82321940460?p … z09Meeting ID: 823 2194 0460Password: 507459

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Get Out of My Way! By Dr. Michael Brooks

Get Out of My Way! By Dr. Michael Brooks

Have you ever had someone cut in line in front of you, while grocery shopping or waiting to order at a fast-food restaurant? What was your reaction? Did you get angry, did you say something and let them know you were not happy? I’m sure most of us would not be overjoyed if that happened to us. It has happened to me plenty of times, and although I usually do not say anything, I watch the people and see how they react to the individual who cut in line in front of them.

It’s not worth it to get angry if someone cuts in line, keep your cool and just move on!

I learned a valuable lesson several years ago about some of the reasons why people do this. Most people who do cut in line are insensitive and don’t care who has been waiting patiently for their turn to be next.

I’ve had people cut in line when I was waiting to buy gas, or I was about to take a parking space that I’ve been waiting for, someone zips right in and takes my spot. They get out of their car, look at me with a big smile, and walk away. Yes, we’ve all been there, haven’t we?

Everyone seems in a rush these days, so much going on in the world, work, school, sports, social events, all kinds of busy activities. The event that changed my mind as to why some people are in a hurry and cut in line happened while I was waiting to get on an elevator at a hospital in Denver. I was there going to visit a friend of mine. I just got on the elevator and stepped to the side, when suddenly I heard a woman yelling “Get Out of My Way.” I was by the elevator panel for each floor, she pushed me aside and started hitting the 4th-floor several times. She was having a  hard time breathing; I’m guessing she had been running with her husband to a family emergency at the hospital. Then she spoke to her husband and said, “I hope we made it in time.” The elevator doors opened up to the 4th floor, as she ran out I could see it was the ICU floor. As the doors closed, I said a silent prayer for this woman and her husband. I visited with my friend and then headed home, doing a lot of thinking.

Here’s what I learned from my experience at the hospital. Some people really do have a reason to be in a hurry. They may cut in line, they might take our parking spot, some may even seem rude, but ask yourself this question, what is it that they are going through? Is this person experiencing a crisis? Is a family member ill, maybe they are having a bad day with a spouse threatening divorce, no matter what they may be going through, step back, and give someone the benefit of the doubt.

In closing, keep in mind that no matter what the situation is, it’s not worth confronting and getting angry over someone cutting in line, just keep the peace, go on with life, and be happy that you’re not getting upset with someone who may have a good reason to cut in line. Move on and be happy!

Do you feel frustrated about your marriage and want to reconnect at a deeper level? Do you want help in restoring your marriage and the tools to make that happen? Do you need help in how to communicate with your spouse? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to contact Dr. Mike and set up an appointment. Please call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878. If you need to talk.

Dr. Michael Brooks is the founder of Applicable Counseling and life coaching Services. It is affordable, accessible, anonymous, and available by appointment from the privacy of your home. To avoid travel time and the comfort of home, many clients prefer to meet with Dr. Mike over the phone or via Skype (if you want to Skype with Dr. Mike send him an email at mbrooks3353@gmail.com to set up an appointment). The convenience of this type of Counseling/Coaching is the most effective means of Life Coaching for those who live outside of Colorado. Give Dr. Mike a call! You’ll be glad you did!

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FREE COVID-19 COACHING and COUNSELING SERVICES MONDAY APRIL 20th THROUGH APRIL 23RD. TIME SLOTS ARE 12:00 TO 3:30 PM

FREE COVID-19 COACHING and COUNSELING SERVICES MONDAY APRIL 20th THROUGH APRIL 23RD. TIME SLOTS ARE 12:00 TO 3:30 PM
 
FREE COACHING and COUNSELING SERVICES today MONDAY APRIL 20th through THURSDAY APRIL 23rd, TIME SLOTS ARE 12:00 TO 3:30 PM
 
As a counselor, I know many of you are concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic we are facing. You may have other things you’d like to talk about: a relationship, work, whatever, I’m here for you. I want to let you know everything is going to be OK. There is hope for you, and for all of us. If you need someone to talk to or just to listen, I will be available today Monday Through Thursday, April 23rd time slots will be from 12:00 MDT (Denver time zone) to 3:30 PM. Call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878 to set up an appointment, or text (HELP) at this number and I’ll get back to you.

Need help with COVID-19, call Dr. Mike

 
I ask that you limit our conversation to 20 minutes, in consideration for others that need to talk. This will be free and no charge to anyone who wants to talk, I want to give back to all of you as a part of my passion for helping others and my ministry in serving you. Message me to set up a time or respond to this post.
 
If you can please share this on your Facebook page or with your friends please do, many are struggling in silence and need someone to talk to.
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Winning Combination For a Great marriage (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

Winning Combination For a Great marriage (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

Have you ever watched a couple that had a wonderful marriage, then thought about yours? They hold hands when walking; they laugh and smile when they’re together. Their marriage seems so inspiring, and you think, I’d like a marriage like that too!

I have seen these marriages and observed what their secret is. I watched many of these couples over the years while growing up. My dad was in the military, and I saw my parents having a so, so marriage. As a kid living on army bases, I saw several military couples happy with each other and their kids. Life seemed so stress-free, and if I was lucky, they always included me as if I was one of their own. I wasn’t even their kid, but I felt that I was a part of their family in a weird way.

Good communication with your partner is key for a healthy relationship

As a kid, I grew up in a very dysfunctional home. My parents were never there for me or my brothers or sister. They were both heavy drinkers, and my dad could be pretty harsh when we got punished with a belt. Nowadays, it would be considered physical abuse, I’m sure.

The only time our family spent time together was around the dinner table. We talked openly and respectful of each other. I have only seen my parents argue once with each other, and I have to say, it scared me listening to them. There was little communication that I ever saw between them.

As a kid, some of the things I noticed with several of these couples was that they spent a lot of time together. This one particular couple I knew and liked, would go on walks together, so they would go to the park and enjoy spending time on nature trails. Note to self, If your spouse likes to do certain activities, then, by all means, make it happen. If they like concerts, surprise them with tickets. If they like sporting events, plan a day at their favorite team’s park or stadium. Planning a special event or day really shows that you love your spouse.

I love it when I see couples engaged in deep conversation, they are looking at each other, paying attention to what they are saying to each other. Meaningful talks really help a relationship grow. I suggest that you talk about things that matter to you. For example, talk about your plans as a married couple, what does the next year, 3-year and 5-year plan look like to both of you? You should talk about your investments, planned vacations, who needs your help and who you’d like to volunteer your time with? Open communication is so healthy for a growing and vibrant relationship.

Next week’s article will have some great suggestions that you may want to try to build a stronger marriage through better communication.

Do you feel frustrated about your marriage and want to reconnect at a deeper level? Do you want help in restoring your marriage and the tools to make that happen? Do you need help in how to communicate with your spouse? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to contact Dr. Mike and set up an appointment. Please call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878. If you need to talk.

Dr. Michael Brooks is the founder of Applicable Counseling and life coaching Services. It is affordable, accessible, anonymous and available by appointment from the privacy of your home. To avoid travel time and the comfort of home, many clients prefer to meet with Dr. Mike over the phone or via Skype (if you want to Skype with Dr. Mike send him an email at mbrooks3353@gmail.com to set up an appointment). The convenience of this type of Counseling/Coaching is the most effective means of Life Coaching for those who live outside of Colorado. Give Dr. Mike a call! You’ll be glad you did!

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I’m So Lonely, I could Die, Thanks COVID-19! (2) By Dr. Michael Brooks

I’m So Lonely, I could Die, Thanks COVID-19! (2) By Dr. MIchael Brooks

This week we will continue with how to keep busy during the COVID-19 pandemic, I have some thoughts on reaching out to your family and others who may need to hear from you. Be the voice of reason many need to hear at this time!

I’ve used this time to make phone calls to people that I haven’t spoken to in a while, I just want to check in on them to see how they’re doing. I’ve made phone calls to those who may need help in getting groceries or running errands. I’ve texted many just to let them know that I am thinking about them. Many people are responding because they are lonely as well and need to talk to someone. So, our texting turns into uplifting conversations with each other. Many want to reach out but are uncomfortable in doing so, so when you text them, they usually welcome hearing from a friend. That’s why we need to check in on these folks. Be supportive, be available, and be a good listener.

Somethings that I like to do, is using my camera and getting out and taking wildlife pictures on my property. It’s amazing the pictures of birds I have in my neighborhood. I also like editing my pictures as well. There is so much to do, I will give you my list for keeping busy during these trying times.

  • Photography, wildlife, landscapes, people, cities, towns, and country
  • Writing journals, books, poetry, newspaper articles, blogs
  • Researching your family tree, myhertiage.com, ancestry.com
  • Learning new healthy recipes, teaching kids to cook, cook with your spouse
  • Getting home projects done, cleaning rooms out organizing the garage, painting rooms, hanging pictures, washing your windows, trimming trees, planning your garden, ordering your plants, trees, and shrubs.
  • Start working out, do yoga, learn new stretching programs, ride your bike, enjoy walking.
  • Play board games, cards, puzzles, kids games
  • Listen to music as you read, or take a bubble bath

I’m sure you can add to this list. If your spouse or kids suggest some idea’s give them a try. Just don’t sit around and watch depressing news. Get active mentally, and physically. If you think about it, there really is a lot of things you can do to keep busy.

We’re all going to get through this COVID-19, we really are going to be fine. Just follow the suggestions that the CDC is telling us. There is no reason to take any chances.

I had a friend call me yesterday and she is terrified of COVID-19. I asked her have you been watching the news for any length of time and she said that she was. I asked her to turn off the television and listen to the music that she liked. I also suggested that she stay away from reading news about COVID-19 on social media. If you’re doing things that put you at risk, then, of course, I’d be worried. When people just have to go out to Walmart to see if it’s crowded and walk around, that puts you and your family at risk. My suggestion is to stay home, spend time with the family, if you live alone, look at some of my suggestions and try them.

There is no reason to be bored during this time, do the things that can help people. Yesterday, I decided that I would assemble the firepit I got at Home Depot. This was an easy project, so I loaded up some wood and had a fire going and listened to some of my favorite music. I really enjoyed sitting by the fire while living in the mountains. The little things like this create some great memories for a book project that I am thinking of doing.

In closing, reach out to those who are lonely, those who are disabled, or someone you know that just needs to hear from you. These acts of kindness can go a long way.

I’d love to hear what you’ve been doing to occupy yourselves during this time, send me an email and share your story, send to: mbrooks3353@gmail.com

Is COVID-19 scaring you and you need someone to talk to? Would you like to build a stronger family through healthy conversations during the COVID-19 and don’t know how? Do you and your spouse want help in knowing how to help your family grow closer during these difficult days? Do you need help in planning activities for your family during the COVID-19 crisis? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to contact Dr. Mike and set up an appointment. Please call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878. If you need to talk.

Dr. Michael Brooks is the founder of Applicable Counseling and life coaching Services. It is affordable, accessible, anonymous and available by appointment from the privacy of your home. To avoid travel time and the comfort of home, many clients prefer to meet with Dr. Mike over the phone or via Skype (if you want to Skype with Dr. Mike send him an email at mbrooks3353@gmail.com to set up an appointment). The convenience of this type of Counseling/Coaching is the most effective means of Life Coaching for those who live outside of Colorado. Give Dr. Mike a call! You’ll be glad you did!

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I’m So Lonely, I could Die, Thanks COVID-19! (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

I’m So Lonely, I could Die, Thanks COVID-19! (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

Yep, we heard the news correctly, another three weeks in a lock-down, or self-confinement. I know some of you are going crazy being at home for the last two weeks. You can only watch so much television or read so many books. Let’s face it, we are in a pandemic and for many of us we have no clue on how to manage our downtime. For many, just sitting in a chair and wondering what’s going to happen the next several weeks is not a good place to be.

Fear is taking over many in this pandemic!

If you’re Worrying about tomorrow it will rob you of today’s peace. If you’re glued to the television watching the news, you need to stop doing that and start being productive for you and your family. The news seems to be causing panic and fear with each and every broadcast. Maybe it’s time to start planning some work projects and fun things to do for you and the family.

OK, so what kinds of things are you talking about Dr. Mike? If you live by yourself, start doing things you have dreamed about doing but didn’t have time for it. You certainly have time to do it now, if you’re in a lock-down situation. Maybe you’ve wanted to take up writing poetry, or writing a book. If you do, research on how to begin putting together an outline on google. This actually could be a great project for you. Research that and see what you can come up with. If you like learning about your family history, then do some research with Ancestry.com or MyHeritage.com. There are so many things that you can do. If you have projects around the home that need attending to, then, by all means, get a pad of paper and walk around the house and make a list of to “Do” things, and have at it. Maybe you want to start a diet plan with a bit of exercise. Don’t sit around the house and get depressed. You can do yoga classes online, you can go for walks with your family. There is so much to do while confined to your home or neighborhood.

Next week we will continue with this article, I’m So Lonely, I could Die, you’ll get some insights and suggestions for keeping busy with the family and not focused on the news and all the negativity that goes with it. We’ll get through this, all of us will. Count on it!

Is COVID-19 scaring you and you need someone to talk to? Would you like to build a stronger family through healthy conversations during the COVID-19 and don’t know how? Do you and your spouse want help in knowing how to help your family grow closer during these difficult days? Do you need help in planning activities for your family during the COVID-19 crisis? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to contact Dr. Mike and set up an appointment. Please call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878. If you need to talk.

Dr. Michael Brooks is the founder of Applicable Counseling and life coaching Services. It is affordable, accessible, anonymous and available by appointment from the privacy of your home. To avoid travel time and the comfort of home, many clients prefer to meet with Dr. Mike over the phone or via Skype (if you want to Skype with Dr. Mike send him an email at mbrooks3353@gmail.com to set up an appointment). The convenience of this type of Counseling/Coaching is the most effective means of Life Coaching for those who live outside of Colorado. Give Dr. Mike a call! You’ll be glad you did!

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FREE COACHING and COUNSELING SERVICES ON MONDAY MARCH 30TH, THROUGH APRIL 23RD TIME SLOTS ARE 12:00 TO 3:30 PM

FREE COACHING and COUNSELING SERVICES ON MONDAY MARCH 30TH, THROUGH APRIL 23RD TIME SLOTS ARE 12:00 TO 3:30 PM
 
As a counselor, I know many of you are concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic we are facing. You may have other things you’d like to talk about: a relationship, work, whatever, I’m here for you. I want to let you know everything is going to be OK. There is hope for you, and for all of us. If you need someone to talk to or just to listen, I will be available today MONDAY, March 30th Through April 23rd time slots will be from 12:00 MDT (Denver time zone) to 3:30 PM. Call 303.880.9878 to set up an appointment, or text me at this number and I’ll get back to you.
 
I ask that you limit our conversation to 20 minutes, in consideration for others that need to talk. This will be free and no charge to anyone who wants to talk, I want to give back to all of you as a part of my passion for helping others and my ministry in serving you. Message me to set up a time or respond to this post.
 
If you can please share this on your Facebook page or with your friends please do, many are struggling in silence and need someone to talk to.
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