When Your Anger Controls You! (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

When Your Anger Controls You! (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks Over the years, I have known several people, including some friends of mine, that have serious anger issues. I’ve never been an angry person, nor has anybody in my family growing up! I was wondering how even to start this article today with so many people angry with the COVID-19 pandemic and with the civil unrest in our country. People are angry if you don’t wear a mask, people are upset if you do wear a mask. We have a lot of angry people walking around our streets, in stores, in homes. I am seeing angry people everywhere, where I go grocery shopping, at the parks that I walk at, people, in general, are angry and upset… To continue reading this article, go to the following link below:
When Your Anger Controls You! (1) By Dr. Michael Brooks

An angry man driving his vehicle is expressing his road rage. Can you control your anger?

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…. To continue reading this story go to the following link below:
Living in Fear (2) By Dr. Michael Brooks

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. 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.

Need help with the fears of COVID-19, call Dr. Mike

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…. To continue reading this article go to the following link below:
I’m So Lonely, I could Die, Thanks COVID-19! (2) By Dr. Michael Brooks

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.

FREE COACHING and COUNSELING SERVICES ON TUESDAY MARCH 24th, 12:00 to 3:30 PM

FREE COACHING and COUNSELING SERVICES ON TUESDAY MARCH 24th, 12:00 to 3:30 PM As a counselor, I know many of you are concerned about 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 Tuesday, March 24th from 12:00 MDT (Denver time zone) to 3:30 PM. Call 303.880.9878 to set up an appointment with Dr. Mike, 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 on 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. Remember, we will get through this, I know it’s hard being isolated but we’re here for each other. Today’s challenge is to clean one room in the house that you’ve been neglecting to do. Enjoy re-organizing and putting things away, REMEMBER, NO COVID-19 talk with family or friends, focus on getting that room cleaned up!

A thinking man stands confused and lost beside the words Help, Answers, Support and Advice waiting for someone to assist him in his question

Show me That You Love Me! (2) By Dr Michael Brooks

Show me That You Love Me! (2) By Dr Michael Brooks This week, I want to go over words of affirmation and how important your words can be for building up your spouse. Our marriages should be built on being positive and building up our spouses’ self-esteem and helping them to see the positive that they bring into a marriage.  Let’s look at the first love language listed. Words of Affirmation, those words would be words that help build someone up. Kind words, appreciative words. Growing up, as a kid my number one love language was words of Affirmation. I would seek approval from my mom by the things I did around the house. I would clean my room thoroughly as a 13-year-old kid. I’d dust, vacuum, have everything in its place, bed made. I’d ask my mom to come into my room to look at how clean my room was. To continue reading this article go to the following link below:
Show Me That You Love Me! (2) By Dr Michael Brooks