More Endorsements

August 14th, 2017 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

“Veritas was a safe place for me when I was struggling to make sense of my life circumstances. Glyn helped guide me to a place of healing, acceptance, and restoration without judgment or shame. If you are struggling, don’t do it alone, reach out.” “My experience with Glyn was amazing, he helped me look at […]

Forgive Yourself

April 25th, 2017 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

  If I were to ask you this question, right now: “Who do you need to forgive in your life?” my hunch is that you would begin to think about those who have wronged you. Perhaps the image of someone once (or still) close to you would come to mind. You would picture a face, […]

Forgiveness “IS” – Part 2

April 4th, 2017 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

“As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison.” ― Nelson Mandela Forgiveness is an inner condition. Forgiveness must take place in the heart or it is worthless.  If we have not forgiven […]

What Forgiveness “IS”

March 31st, 2017 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

                                               “Everyone says forgiveness is a lovely idea                                                   […]

What Forgiveness is “NOT”

January 18th, 2017 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

                                                                              You’ve been wronged … wronged by your spouse, parent, child, friend or coworker. You thought you […]

Forgiveness – Is It Possible?

January 4th, 2017 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

Who is that person in your life?  The person who, every time you think about him or her, the pain comes back? You might have said the words “I forgive you.” But deep in your heart, the pain of what they did or said still echoes inside of you. You want to be free from […]

A Conversation To Build Trust

September 20th, 2016 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

If we understand the components of trust (i.e. boundaries, reliability, accountability, etc.) we can better identify and communicate where we are hurt or in need of more trust. This will help begin a healthful and non-threatening conversation with our partner, friend or family member. In fact, this could alter our relationships, because it gives us […]

Braving to Build Trust

September 11th, 2016 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

  In my last blog, I related how in relationships, we all have opportunities to build trust or betray the trust of another.  To choose not to connect when the opportunity is there, to decide to ‘turn away’ from our partner and choose not to meet their need, is a moment of betrayal. However, in […]

Sliding Door Moments

September 6th, 2016 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

  As I noted in my previous blog, trust is fundamental to any relationship, and yet, we often fall short in how we understand and talk about trust to each other. To say, “I don’t trust that person,” is a statement that provides no direction about what needs to change, and keeps us at an […]

What to Do If You Struggle with Trust

September 2nd, 2016 / Glyn Easson / 0 comments

  Over the next few blogs, I would like to share some thoughts on the topic of trust, and to get your response. Trust is fundamental to any relationship, critical in every aspect of our lives, and yet we struggle with how to talk about it. When we say, “I just don’t trust you” to […]