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How to Combat All-Or-None Thinking and Overgeneralization

All-or-none thinking is thinking in absolutes or extremes. It is one of the most common cognitive distortions and uses words like “always, never, every.” When you have an all-or-none mentality, either you are a success, or a total failure. Either your performance was awesome or amazing or horrible. If you’re not perfect, you’re a total loser. It is a binary way of thinking and doesn’t leave room for shades of gray. It can be responsible for a great deal of negative evaluations of yourself and other people. 

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The team and board members of the Oak Health Foundation

Behind the Scenes of Oak Health Foundation: Meet our Board Members

In this blog post, we’re excited to introduce you to some of the brilliant minds and servant hearts behind Oak Health Foundation. Our board members play a crucial role in guiding our organization’s mission, vision, and strategic direction. They bring a wealth of diverse experiences, expertise, and passion for our cause, making them integral to our efforts in creating positive impact and driving meaningful change in our community. Read on to learn more about some of our board members’ respective journeys with Oak Health Foundation. 

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Unhappiness

Common Habits and Thinking Patterns That Cause Unhappiness and Depression

What are the behavioral and thought patterns that can cause unhappiness, and how can we break free from the unhappiness trap we build for ourselves? What are the habits we can build as Christians? Let’s explore unhappiness as a concept – and how to get back on the path to satisfaction and happiness.

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oppositional defiant disorder

Oppositional Defiant Disorder – Everything You Need To Know

It is perfectly natural for children to be rebellious and disobey parents from time to time. It is a normal part of development and also just a normal part of life – children can show a bit of attitude when they are hungry, tired, or stressed. However, a child who is constantly angry and defiant towards parents and authority figures to the point that it interferes with their daily life may have Oppositional Defiant Disorder. 

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suicidal thoughts and ideation

Understanding Suicidal Thoughts and Ideation: How to Cope

Suicide is a major public health concern. Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States and has been on the rise in recent years. Understanding the issues concerning suicide and mental health is an important way to take part in suicide prevention, help others in crisis, and change the conversation around suicide. Here’s a list of FAQs we put together about suicide to help you keep informed.

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Child Abuse and Domestic Violence: Recognize the Signs and How to Help

Child Abuse and Domestic Violence in Families: Recognize the Signs, How To Help

The sad fact is that child abuse is happening on a large scale all over the world. In the United States alone, approximately one million children are deprived of a safe, harm-free childhood. This is only an approximation as many children are often too terrified to speak up or too young to understand how to escape their situation. This is why we at Oak Health Foundation want to spread awareness on how to identify when it happens and what to do about it. 

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Renew & Revive Spiritual Group Sign Up

This Renew & Revive (R&R) group is a program established by the team at Fully Health to provide a comprehensive approach to address all our needs – physical, mental, and spiritual. Through attending these complimentary group sessions, you will learn about the good news of Jesus Christ and how God will intervene during our journey toward achieving healing and greatest potential.

All individuals 18+ are welcome to attend! You do not need to be a Fully Health client or patient to attend. This service is free of charge. Please note, these sessions are not a clinical service. You may come and go as you like. We would be happy to have you whenever you may be available to join!

Wednesdays 7:30 – 8:30 pm on Zoom

What to expect from R&R
– To deeply understand, believe, and enjoy the Gospel, and know who I am
– To be able to have any question answered without judgment. For example, “Why am I struggling so much even though I have faith?” and “If I seek psychiatric treatment, does that mean my faith is small?”
– To experience the ability to fight the spiritual battle in life, especially regarding mental health struggles around me
– If Jesus is the Christ who solved my fundamental spiritual problem that led to all the “bad fruits” of life, then He is the answer to any other problem (mental and/or physical) that I may face on this earth.