Emotionally Healthy Faith
Joshua Hook (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of North Texas. He conducts research and writes on topics related to humility, religion/spirituality, and multicultural counseling.
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Recent Blog Posts
My grandmother died last week. It wasn’t tragic or surprising. She was quite old, and her health had been declining for several years. Still, though, I felt sad about her death. There’s a finality about death that can be overwhelming. No more eating Chinese food,...read more
Today I want to talk about a simple intervention that can help you be more productive and focused in your work. Here is the intervention: At the beginning of your day, identify your 3 most important tasks. I like to call these my MITs. What is an MIT? What is an MIT?...read more
I recently re-read the tale of the tortoise and the hare, and it made a big impact on me. You probably know the story, but just in case you haven’t read it recently, let me recap it for you. The Story There are two main characters in the story: the tortoise and the...read more
Depending on your community and environment, you might have heard someone introduce themselves, and then say something like, “My pronouns are [he/his/him, she/her, they/their, etc.]” If you’re not used to this, it might have struck you as odd. What’s going on with the...read more