April 26, 2015
Hosted by Dr. Rita Huang
Perhaps you know someone who likes to point a finger and makes an accusation. May be it is you who is being blames. The truth is, it never feel good to be the one getting the blame. Today's analogy story, the Boomerang Story, Dr. Rita reveals four types of blamer: the Irresponsible Blamer, the Passive/Aggressive Blamer, Should Blamer, and the Victimized Blamer. Discovering the reason why someone likes to blame not only helps you understand him/her, it also helps you to not to blame others. Blamer feels better when they think someone else is at fault. However, although blaming makes them feel more free, it is a temporary emotions that often ends up with them feeling more trapped in the end. Stay tuned after the story to learn how you can be freed from the debilitation effects of blaming and being blamed. We all have been on both sides, so don't be surprised if you recognize yourself in one of the characters.
Stream in the Desert
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Human problems are very complex and at times quite difficult to resolve. When you get stuck in your struggles, you may feel you’re in a desert-like place with no hope of healing or escape. Dr. Rita uses light-hearted and practical analogy stories she created from her counseling sessions to give hope to those who are in pain. You will find these real-life scenarios easy to identify with, and at the end of each show, tips are given to help you deal with your own painful circumstances.
Presented in a light-hearted and fun fashion, these stories are sure to capture your attention and bring you to a place of healing. We hope you come back and listen each week and you can even contact her if you like. Dr. Rita looks forward to hearing from you and is always willing to listen and pray with those who are struggling.
Dr. Rita Huang
Dr. Rita Huang, M.A., M.Ed., Ph. D., Psy.D. is a nationally certified psychologist. Her two Masters and two Ph.D. degrees in Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology, Child and Adolescence Psychology and Counseling Psychology were earned at the nationally recognized Stetson University, Michigan State University, and California Southern University. Formerly, Dr. Rita served as a therapist at Dr. Paul Meier’s New Life Clinic, and as the former Director of Trinity Christian Counseling Ministry at Trinity Church in Lansing, Michigan. Now running her own private practice in Michigan, she provides counseling to children, adolescents, couples, individuals and seniors, referred to her from over a hundred churches and physicians’ offices in the Greater Lansing area. Dr. Rita received the Best Counselor Award for 2008 - 2014 from the National Local Business Association and is in the Hall of Fame for “Best Counselor.” In addition to her practice, she assists churches with the evaluation, interview and recommendation of pastors and ministry staff. She is the author of Silver Lining: Testimonies for those who are in Pain, and is also the author of The Hippo that fell off the Seesaw and other Parables from Christian Counseling. Dr. Rita speaks at local churches and national conferences. By using real-life scenarios to illuminate new insights and coping strategies, she provides a fresh perspective on how to wisely navigate the challenges of life in a fun, simple and memorable ways.