Updated: Jul 2
I believe that individual and family well-being starts with the concept of “I.” Introspection. Looking inward. Peeling back the layers of the onion and getting to the truth about who we are and why we were created. Having a sense of identity helps us uncover our strengths, weaknesses, gifts and passions. It also undergirds our decisions and dictates our behaviors. So, having a healthy identity should be important to us. For this reason, I encourage you to take some time to explore the concepts of identity and purpose. My goal is to use the insights gained through exploration of identity and purpose to grow and ultimately impact the lives of individuals and families. Because whole people help foster strong families.