Posts by Victoria Maynez

#007: An Interview On Being Human and Holiness with Matt Blair

In this episode, Victoria interviews Matt Blair, who has worked for several years at Adventures with hundreds of World Race and Gap Year participants! Listen more to hear about his heart for people! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST Host: Victoria Maynez This is episode 7 of The Great Return podcast. Today, Victoria interviews Matt Blair. He…

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#005: What is Counseling?

In this episode, Victoria will be discussing common questions she gets asked about counseling. Listen more to learn about the benefits of counseling and where to find a counselor! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST Here is a summary of the main topics from today’s episode:   Victoria is an associate professional counselor and associate marriage and…

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What is Counseling?

I remember sitting on a bed in Prague month 10 of the World Race. One of our teammates was struggling so we sat with her through all the pain and processing in that moment. I remember coming alive after being able to hear exactly what she was saying and repeat it back so eloquently with…

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Navigator Spotlight: Kristin

Kristin is apart of Navigator Mentorship which supplies mentors to World Racers on the field and into re-entry. She has been mentoring girls for 6 months now. Not only does she have a passion for mentoring but owns a lovely diner in Ohio called Kleifeld’s. Here are some words from her about how God has…

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Discouragement and Moving Forward

I have this obsession with dictionary definitions. As a society we throw around words when we don’t entirely know what they mean. There is power in those words to harm or to help others. So I want to start our with the definition of discouragement. Discouragement is defined as a loss of confidence or enthusiasm,…

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It’s me, Victoria, you can call me V!

If you asked me in college if I could have imagined the life I currently live, I would have told you no. I never wanted to work for a non profit. I never wanted to move to Atlanta, Georgia. I also said I would never become a therapist. I could not have imagined that by age…

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