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Cassie Reid

Cassie Reid is a woman dedicated to freedom and destiny. She has a private therapy practice in Southlake, Texas, where she gets to dive into this passion every day. Through spiritual freedom, learned therapy and a variety of other techniques, she provides clients with a powerful plan to combat any problem. She loves working with the Women's PINK department, Freedom department and many other people at Gateway Church. Her favorite thing in life is being a wife to her amazing husband, James.

How To Reach Your Destiny

I am so grateful my clients give me the privilege of hearing from the Lord in our sessions at my office. I am amazed by the realizations that are uncovered and the truth that is spoken into their individual situations. Sometimes it is too good not to share with others; it becomes an experience not only for that individual, but …

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Are You Desperate?

Recently, as I was meeting with another favorite client (can you tell I have many?), I had another revelation for the single people of the world. This revelation can actually be applied to many situations and circumstances, but is very fitting when applied to relationships. The chat I was having with this client centered on a recent relationship prospect and …

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How One Girl’s List Got The Boot

It just so happens that I have a large number of amazing single friends. One would think that I would be able to match them up with each other, but knowing their preferences makes this seemingly impossible. I started to think about this and found myself in a bit of a dilemma. I am all about standards. I encourage my …

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Co-dependency Re-defined

Co-Dependency

Clinically, co-dependency can be defined as “relationship addiction,” and it affects individuals who are in abusive and destructive relationships. These individuals are so desperate to stay in these relationships that they will tolerate extreme behavior. The problem I have with this perspective is that, on many occasions, it makes the co-dependent the “bad guy” in the situation. This definition highlights their …

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Comparison At Work

Comparison

Yesterday I had the opportunity to speak about the act of comparison to an amazing group of female leaders. While speaking on this topic, I realized that I was actually applying the principles to my own life while sharing with the group, but I believe this made the teaching that much more impactful. When reflecting on comparison, I recalled situations …

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Battlefields

Battlefields

I had a revelation recently that I want to share. I was talking to someone about fighting the battles in their life and how we should always move on from old battles to the new fights in our lives. There was a clear vision of a battlefield, Braveheart style, surrounded by trees with this light fog settling on the ground. …

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All The Single Ladies

Today I had a revelation while meeting with a sweet girl I have the privilege to mentor. We were discussing relationships and the art of pursuit. She was explaining her frustration about a recent relationship with a guy that ended up leaving her confused, hurt, and a little bit rejected. While we were talking I heard the Lord say “there …

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Faith or Medicine?

Medicine

I meet with many people each week and one of the most frequently asked questions is about psychiatric medication. There are many individual opinions that exist on this subject. I hear from many that are completely against psychiatric medicines while there are some who find themselves totally dependent upon these medications for daily survival. I must tread lightly here because …

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