Note: To see these seven sins in article format follow the link here.

Day in and day out, people enter Jennifer Jill Schwirzer’s office with the same problems.  Jennifer decided to boil those problems down, into what she calls the “7 Deadly Psychological Sins.” These aren’t moral sins per se, but they are things we do that sabotage ourselves, hurt other people, or sabotage our relationships.  They are ways in which we dysfunction.

In each video Jennifer will start with an explanation of a psychological sin, then share a “replacement behavior.”  Positive reinforcement encourages better behavior. It’s futile to just point out problems, there needs to be a positive replacement for those problems. If we don’t replace those negative patterns with something positive, then we’re likely to relapse.  The replacement behavior will help to substitute that negative behavior, and will hopefully be helpful to you.

 

Check the Related Entries (below) for other videos in this series.


About the Author

Jennifer Jill Schwirzer LPC

In 1999 Jennifer graduated summa cum laude from Atlantic Union College. She is the founder of Michael Ministries, a music/speaking/writing ministry. She has produced six CDs of her own music and given concerts in the United States, Canada, Africa, South America, and Europe. Previous books include Testimony of a Seeker, A Most Precious Message, and I Want It All. Jennifer and husband, Michael, have been married for more than 20 years and have two children, Alison and Kimberly.

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