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Applying the soothing oil of scripture. Ps 23.

Applying the soothing oil of scripture. Ps 23.

Guest Blog – Max Rankin Palliative Care It was difficult watching my father-in-law experience sudden, debilitating pain attacks that were off the chart. This…

Don Easton August 25, 2020
The biggest hindrance to constructing self-awareness

The biggest hindrance to constructing self-awareness

Healthy Christian leaders progressively develop and evaluate an accurate picture of themselves.

Don Easton August 18, 2020
Self-awareness promotes self-care

Self-awareness promotes self-care

Early in June 2020, my wife’s mother passed. Thankfully, we were able to gain essential traveller status for compassionate reasons to enter South Australia and…

Don Easton August 11, 2020
A 3D View of Self-Awareness

A 3D View of Self-Awareness

Healthy Christian leaders progressively develop and evaluate an accurate picture of themselves.

Don Easton August 4, 2020
2 Failures Of Limited Self-Awareness.

2 Failures Of Limited Self-Awareness.

One of the major things for sustained emotional health is a developed and growing self-awareness.All of us have some awareness and some blindness of who we are.The…

Don Easton July 28, 2020
Adaptability -- A key to thriving relationships during life’s storms

Adaptability -- A key to thriving relationships during life’s storms

Why do many relationships survive life’s traumas but some do not?The death of a child, major injury, acute sickness or intense financial pressure are some of the…

Don Easton June 16, 2020
2 steps to managing conflict

2 steps to managing conflict

Healthy key relationships don’t just happen. They are built over time, flowing out of a healthy well-being, with intentional interactions to develop relationships.…

Don Easton May 27, 2020
2 builders, 2 impeders and 2 destroyers of Effective Communication

2 builders, 2 impeders and 2 destroyers of Effective Communication

2 things that build trust: Listening and Affirmation Have you noticed that when you talk with emotionally healthy influencers and leaders you feel listened to, affirmed…

Don Easton May 20, 2020
Identifying Depleters

Identifying Depleters

The gravity that pulls me under The last blog spoke of buoyancy upthrust. Today we examine the gauges that indicate weight that pushes one under. What pulls you…

Don Easton May 11, 2020
5 Things that give emotional buoyancy.

5 Things that give emotional buoyancy.

How is your buoyancy? Buoyancy is the ability to float. Also, it’s the cheerful and optimistic attitude or disposition. It’s your verve, your vim, your va-voom.…

Don Easton April 27, 2020
Building Healthy Key Connections #2 - Proactively construct enduring relationships

Building Healthy Key Connections #2 - Proactively construct enduring relationships

How healthy are your key relationships? Healthy key connections are essential for emotional well-being. This is true for all people of influence irrespective of…

Don Easton March 26, 2020
An emotionally-healthy leader is great to be with. This is why.

An emotionally-healthy leader is great to be with. This is why.

Flowing on the last Building Healthy Key Connections—Experiencing Belonging and Connectedness. They experience a strong sense of connectedness with their key people.…

Don Easton March 19, 2020
Building Healthy Key Connections — Experiencing Belonging & Connectedness

Building Healthy Key Connections — Experiencing Belonging & Connectedness

How healthy are your key relationships? Healthy key connections are essential for emotional well-being. High emotional health makes healthy key relationships. When…

Don Easton March 12, 2020
My spouse is going through burnout: part 1.

My spouse is going through burnout: part 1.

Being the spouse of a person going through burnout has its own difficulties. (Today’s guest blogger is my wife Adrienne. In Aug 2019 we celebrated our 40th wedding…

Don Easton January 28, 2020
How I Became Don’s Editor: Adrienne Easton

How I Became Don’s Editor: Adrienne Easton

Back when Don and I met, long before the internet and its immediate correspondence, we wrote a letter to each other once a week. Later, letters became tagged ‘snail…

Don Easton January 23, 2020
Flourishing in ministry

Flourishing in ministry

Today’s video blog I am chatting with Dr Chris Adams, Associate Professor and Executive Director, Center for Vocational Ministry AZUSA Pacific University.…

Don Easton November 15, 2019