Soo with my post I just posted. I talked to my pops and as soon as I put my phone down after hanging up with pops, my brother CB called me. Awww….he asked to see if I made it back to Virginia safely. See, just when I was feeling a little low, God stepped right on in and I got someone to talk to. Won’t He do it?! When my brother CB calls I always learn something. This man is a consistent learner and teacher of God’s word. He also is a believer in continuing education for whatever subject will help increase financial dividends. I totally am on the same level with that. CB is also a guy who is a great analyzer, good with numbers and concepts, which I enjoy to hear about from him, as I am not as strong in that area….He is also a great inspiration and a great “big brother”. He talks to me on the phone and I can hear his smile and it gave me great joy. I feel so much better now and I told you It’s still Cool2BChrisP!
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Counseling is the name of my game. I have counseled so many individuals since my early days of case management when I was just 22 years old. I have seen a lot and been through the highs and lows of working in the helping profession. My back especially can tell you the story of what's it's like to not take self care seriously when working 60 hour week, plus grad school and personal events. I would like to help those who have also not done well in the self care department. Help me..help you counselor. Counseling4Counselor is the place for you!! Check out my other blog as well, which depicts a transition I made due to being burned out in the helping profession. Update September 2014: I moved back to Nashville from Blacksburg, Salem/Roanoke area after being away almost three years. I transitioned from a big southern city to a much smaller rural college town in a little under 3 years. What I learned about myself, God, and other people is priceless..The biggest lessons came when I came back home to Nashville and how the changes within myself, my city and others affected my whole world. Transitions are not easy. They are challenging, full of joy, disappointments, encouraging, feelings of abandonment, feelings of great nostalgia and the whole bipolar like spectrum..without the mania and without the diagnosis. hehe. Check it out here and come back often! I love visitors! And welcome to the wonderful world of an ever changing GEN Y'er/Millenial! Also Remember, it's always Cool2bChrisP!