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Erasing the Shame of Mental Illness

Quite the honor and privilege to be here at the inaugural Honor Shame Conference 2017 at Wheaton College, near Chicago. This is very pioneering work to bring out other facets and perspectives embedded in Scriptures that are brought out through the lens of honor-shame cultures. Powerful presentation so far by […]


7 of the ways to debunking myths of shame

When 2 young Asian Americans tackle the enormously huge topic of shame, that is quite extraordinary. Several non-Asian Caucasians have recently addressed the concept of shame, most popularly among them is Brené Brown, but it’s a whole ‘nother thing when someone Asian American (or someone Asian) goes public with their battles thru […]


7 reasons I use #chatnotes to share valuable resources & links

I stumbled upon something valuable from hangin’ out with millennials and we’ve discovered another way to use social media in a generous and productive way. Here’s how it goes down. When I’m meeting up with people and having an engaging conversation, I’ll do a public Facebook check-in on my timeline […]


Overcoming the Fear of Getting Started 1

Having been at 4 conferences during the past 3 weeks, I’ve got a lot of things stirring in my mind from my conversations with several dozens of people. And I got to listen to a bunch of podcasts too, so that’s added to my brain activities too. One thing I […]