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Dr. Pauline Furman is on a mission.
She wants to make sure that no African American is ashamed to see a therapist. And she wants to disabuse people of the notion that “Christian” and “therapy” are not mutually exclusive concepts. I had the great opportunity to talk to Dr. Furman about her new book, When God Shows Up on the Couch, which looks at honest stories of individuals whom she as a therapist has counseled over the years.
Check out our Conversation HERE: New Book Aims to End Shame around Seeking Therapy — Confessions Of A Gospel DJ
Relax, Relate, Release! 10 Ways To Improve Your Mental Health
1. Don’t Neglect Your Mental HealthSource: 1 of 8
2. Stop Putting Yourself DownSource: 2 of 8
3. Remove Toxic People From Your WorldSource: 3 of 8
4. Hit The GymSource: 4 of 8
5. Learn To Say “No”Source: 5 of 8
6. Take A Break From Social MediaSource: 6 of 8
7. Give Back To OthersSource: 7 of 8
8. Get Your Om On!Source: 8 of 8
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