As the holiday season arrives, many people dread spending time with “difficult” people. We need to own our part—exhibiting Christ’s love--without allowing people to destroy us or rob us of joy. How is this even possible? On Thanksgiving Day licensed professional counselor, Marti Wibbels joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte to share seven steps we can take to respond rather than react to life's ongoing stressors.
Do you know these two important facts about Thanksgiving? After the victory of the Battle of Saratoga during the Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress proclaimed the first National Day of Thanksgiving, on November 1, 1777. After the U.S. Congress passed the First Amendment, it requested President George Washington issue a National Day of Thanksgiving, which he did, on October 3, 1789. On Thanksgiving Day join Mornings with Eric and Brigitte when author and radio host, William J. Federer shares more interesting details about the first Thanksgiving.
Marti Wibbels is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor. She has written for various genres, including newspapers, professional journals and magazines, as well as fiction and nonfiction books. Marti is the author of Core Healing from Sexual Abuse, Sound of Light, and Secrets Behind the Door. She and her husband Alan live in South Florida and are the parents of three daughters and grandparents of ten.
William Federer is a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America's noble heritage. Bill's American Minute radio feature is broadcast daily across America and by the Internet. His Faith in History television airs on the TCT Network on stations across America and via DirectTV.
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