Cognitive therapy is a form of psychotherapy that “states that thoughts, feelings and behavior are all connected, and individuals can move toward overcoming difficulties and meeting their goals by identifying and changing unhelpful or inaccurate thinking, problematic behavior and distressing emotional responses,” according to Wikipedia.
There is a disturbing trend unfolding at Mississippi’s universities: Fewer people are attending them.
About six years ago, Mississippi got a warning: Its distinction as the nation’s second-highest incarcerator was not financially sustainable.
If lawmakers didn’t act, the state was on a path to see its corrections expenditures rise by $266 million over the ensuing decade.
I suppose it would be ridiculous to imply that LSU Football Coach Ed Orgeron has more political influence in Louisiana than President Donald Trump.
But it’s worth noting that Orgeron, not Trump, was on the winning side of the Louisiana governor’s race Saturday.
Michael Watson’s signature campaign idea of moving driver’s license services from the Mississippi Department of Public Safety to the Secretary of State’s Office should be shelved, if not by him, then by the Legislature.
Every county in Mississippi saw its average income per person increase in 2018, according to recently released federal data. At first glance that’s further indication of a state economy that is slowly building steam following what has been a long recovery from the Great Recession.
I was reading the Northside Sun and drinking coffee one recent morning when I noticed the strange gurgling sound of running water, as though I had a quaint little brook running through my front yard.
Some people come into our lives, offer us unqualified love, and we are never the same. They see the good in us, overlook our faults and forgive our failures.