Are your relationships all that you want them to be?
Do rough patches ever catch you by surprise, causing you to think Why is it so hard right now? Why is there tension? Was it something I did? Despite our best intentions, we all have blind spots—bad relational habits that are keeping us from enjoying our relationships fully. And since relationships stand at the center of all we do, if we can learn to do relationships even fractionally better, every aspect of our lives improves. Whether you struggle to overcome past wounds, insecurity, blame, or envy, it’s time to reflect on your relational habits and reset.
An experienced counselor, Dr. Laurel Shaler is passionate about helping women thrive in all of their relationships. Relational Reset will reveal unhealthy patterns that may be holding you back, give you practical steps for improving your relationships, and help you find your ultimate security and identity in Jesus Christ. When you reset your relationships, you honor God, yourself, and the ones you love.
What are you waiting for? Get started today.
Reclaiming Sanity: Available Now!
Reclaiming Sanity: Hope and Healing for Trauma, Stress, and Overwhelming Life Events by Dr. Laurel Shaler (Published by David C. Cook, 2017).
With a girlfriend’s companionship and a professional counselor’s expertise, Dr. Laurel Shaler walks readers through personal stories and biblical insights that shed light on daily and traumatic stress. In Reclaiming Sanity, she shows:
- How to find freedom from the past
- Five myths about anger and how to overcome them
- The antidote for nagging worry and sleepless nights
- Ways to rebuild trust in others
- How Christ gives true strength
Offering effective action steps toward reclaiming sanity, Dr. Shaler guides readers through the healing process, whether they are dealing with a one-time traumatic event or years of hidden pain.
Read more about #ReclaimingSanity on the Bible Gateway Blog
Selected Writing Topics
- Adoption and Infertility
- Cultural Issues and the Christian Response
- Crisis, Trauma, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
- Emotional Well-Being of Women
- Friendships Among Women
- Help for the Frustrated Female
- Marriage Issues
- Mental Illness Among Christians and Response by the Church
- Military and Veterans Issues
- Women Developing an Abundant Life in Christ!
- Shaler, L, Volk, F., Liscio, S., Stewart, B., and Cassidy, E. (2017). The impact of motivational types on first-year GPA among military spouses in college. Military Behavioral Health. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21635781.2017.1419892
- Shaler, L., Warren, E., Adkins, K., Goss-Reaves, L., & Volk, F. (2017). Supporting military spouse graduation rates through specialized institutional support and authentic appreciation. Journal of Military and Government Counseling, 5(2), 134-149. Retrieved from
- http://acegonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/JMGC-Vol-5-Is-2.pdfShaler, L. & Wood, S. (2017). Fostering Friendships. Just Between Us, 27(2), 16-17, 45.
- Shaler, L. (2016). The social implications of post traumatic stress disorder. In Randal W. Summers (Ed.), Social Psychology: How Other People Influence Our Thoughts and Actions. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Publishers
- Shaler, L. (2015). Self-care is not optional. Therapeutic Speakeasy, 1(3), 4.
- Shaler, L., Hathaway, W., Sells, J., & Youngstedt, S. (2014). Correlates of anger among Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans. Journal of Military and Government Counseling, 1(3), 136-151.
- Shaler, L. (2014, May) YOU – Wonderfully Made. Journey by Lifeway
- Shaler, L. (2013) Penned from the Heart: Volume 20 (Compiled by Marilyn Nutter). Son-Rise Publications, New Wilmington, PA.
- Shaler, L. (2013) Abortion Aftermath: Beyond the Statistics. Blog
- (http://beaconwealth.com/2013/09/september-2013-true-wealth-spotlight/)Shaler, L. (2013). You’re My Hero. Military Counseling Initiative, 1(1), 4-6.
- Shaler, L. (2013). Is Your Anger Helping or Hurting? P31 Woman, 4, 10-11.
- Shaler, L. & Wood, S. (2013). Anger and Betrayal: The Emotional Toll of Pornography. EW Magazine, 5(2), 28-31.
- Shaler, L. (2013). You’re My Hero. E-Report ACEG, Association for Counselors and Educators in Government, 2(1), p. 4.
- Shaler, L. (2011). Correlates of Anger Among OEF/OIF Combat Veterans. Dissertation