When Risk-Seeking Crosses the Line

By |June 28th, 2018|General News, Recovery|

Risk-seekers can become addicted to much more than gambling. Risk-seeking becomes addictive when the risk behaviors cross the line into danger or obsession. Helping a person understand a risk-seeking addiction can be difficult because people [...]

Mothers and Their Bond with Children

By |May 30th, 2018|Family Life, Happiness, Relationships|

Few would disagree that, on average, most moms tend to spend more minutes per day with children than do most dads.  Especially for young children, in most households, mothers are the primary caregivers as they [...]

Around the Dinner Table with Your Children

By |April 20th, 2018|Family Life, Whole Person Care|

As a general rule, most nights per week, your children need to eat at home with the family.  Hot, nutritious meals with a variety of flavors, tastes, and textures should be the norm.  Weekday breakfasts [...]

Rewriting Anxiety’s Script

By |March 30th, 2018|Anxiety, Depression, Recovery, Whole Person Care|

What do actors do when they get a new script? In my limited theatrical experience, which happened far longer ago than I care to acknowledge, actors get together and do a read-through of the script. [...]

Sexual Allegations Are Daily Headlines. What Is Really Going On Here?

By |January 10th, 2018|Press Release|

PRESS RELEASE December 18, 2017 Dr. Gregory Jantz Helps Businesses and Organization Stop Sexualized Relationships in the Work Place Media Contacts: Adam Taff, 913.484.1140,, Dr. Jantz Media Representative (Edmonds, WA) December 18, 2017 – [...]

Projecting Respect at Work

By |December 28th, 2017|General News|

Whether you are in a supervisory or subordinate role, God expects you to maintain sexual integrity.  If you are being pressured by a supervisor to have sex, do not give in.  Never compromise your values, [...]

Are You the Definition of a Stay-Putter?

By |November 20th, 2017|Anxiety, Depression, Technology|

Bill was a classic stay-putter. Almost thirty, he’d never kept a job for more than a year. In between episodes of work, he found friends to take him in or crashed in his parents’ basement. [...]

What is Your Relationship with Technology?

By |October 31st, 2017|Family Life, Technology|

One of our local television stations runs a morning show in which I occasionally participate. Usually I speak about mental health issues or how people are affected by local or national events. On this particular [...]

Four Tips for Managing Your Anxiety

By |September 27th, 2017|Anxiety, Happiness, PTSD, Recovery|

Anxieties often start in the mind and fast-forward to the body, resulting in rapid breathing, or hyperventilation. When you hyperventilate, you take in more oxygen than you need. Your ratio of oxygen to carbon dioxide [...]