Our purpose is to spread awareness that in life we all face adversity, but it can be managed! Whether it is mental health, addiction, parenting, marriage, or the daily stressors, you can manage it! People need to know it is not a sign of weakness to speak out and ask for support. People need to hear and understand that no matter what life throws at them, you are never alone. We look to restore confidence in people so they can reach their goals. "One Person, One Life" will always be our motto.
Life comes at you fast, producing many imperfections to your path no matter the level of preparation/planning you put in place. I have learned in my journey that imperfections create character, but people who want to be (and deserve to be) in your life would never think less you due to chinks in your armor. They will always value you for reasons far more substantial than any accomplishment, job title, or missteps you may have taken. When looking at a rose garden, people's eyes are drawn to the abundance of beauty, not the couple weeds at the base of the flowers. Life is no different, while your mind may want to fixate on your personal weeds, others choose to be around you because it brings a greater joy to their own life. Learn to accept yourself, the good and bad, while understanding others WANT you to be a part of their life. See the good already present in your daily life and brush off negatives you cannot control. An abundance of happiness will follow.
Stop by from 9-11 a..m on the first Friday of every month for an opportunity to speak with a local mental health resource or simply connect with others
Have questions? Looking for more information? Not sure where to start? We possess numerous national and local resource pamphlets for you to take. Educating yourself is crucial!
521 Main St.
Seneca, KS 66538
Cory Strathman and Soul Provider owner, Julie Strathman, guide you through Kathy Escobar's eye-opening resource while making connections and sharing their key takeaways. Below is a link to find all the reflections through Advent season. Also visit www.kathyescobar.com and explore more of the powerful work she is doing!
Cory Adrian Strathman has proven he will be vulnerable time and time again by using his story to educate others. He believes if the general population knew more about warnings signs, coping skills, and community resources that it would lead to a dramatic reduction in the recurrence of falling to rock bottom. Click the link below to get access to every story GIYC has taken part in. We hope to have many more to come!
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