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How To Respond To Grief
When it comes to grief, I’ve heard people say many times, “I don’t know what to say to someone in deep grief.” Have you ever been in that situation? Recently, I found myself walking alongside my niece, Karla, as she grieved the passing of her husband, Justin. He was only 39 years old, with a lovely wife, two beautiful girls, and one son in Heave...
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The Power That Comes With A Few Words
Growing up, my Mom and Dad instilled in me the importance of being the best I could be, and as a result, it created a familiar confidence in myself. As a kid, teenager, and young bride I had plenty of self-confidence (maybe too much) and I liked who I was. But pain changed all of that for me. We never ask for pain or discomfort and we certainly ...
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Join The Secret Lies Within Book Launch Team
The time has finally arrived! After dreaming about this for years, working with my team, and collaborating with our publisher, my next book The Secret Lies Within: An Inside Out Look at Overcoming Trauma and Finding Purpose in the Pain is available for preorder! I'm grinning from ear to ear! When I opened the first box of books and held one in ...
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Deciding What Words Will Change Your Life
I recently talked about the power of words and this week, I've asked my husband, Jonas, to share his own experience with words that changed his life. They're mighty! Here are his thoughts: Two sentences changed my life forever. The first sentence caused my life to crumble. The second laid the foundation for a new life and a revived marriage. The...
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A Tribute To All Moms
Happy Mothers Day to all the moms – Those who have many children, those who have one child, those who have adopted children, and those who are still hoping and praying to hold a baby of their own. Wherever you find yourself in the journey, you have a unique ability to be the carriers of love for every child ever born. While Mother’s Day is a cel...
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The Power of Our Words
Did you know the average person speaks somewhere between 125 and 150 words per minute? That's a lot of words, and too many of them are often said recklessly and thoughtlessly. Words can be the reason we get in trouble and words can be the reason we get out of trouble. I have to confess, most times I speak as I’m thinking, even though I want to t...
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The Secret Lies Within Is Now Available
I often hear the phrase, “follow your dreams!” It’s inspiring to think of having a dream to follow. After all, there is nothing to work towards without a dream or goal. But there’s more to it than just dreaming. My friend, Bill Gaither, says "Your dream will get you started. Your discipline will keep you going.” I’ve learned that there is one mo...
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Learning To Make Peace with Your Past
All of us have a past which includes good and bad memories. If you're like me, you want to remember the good and forget the bad. The truth is that our mind doesn't work that way. At any point, one of your five senses can kick in, and you instantly remember an event in your life. Having annual vacations, dinner with the family around the table, t...
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Learning To Walk Through Open Doors
Have you ever heard the phrase, "When God closes a door, look for a window?" My experience has been "When God closes a door, look for another door.” It's always been hard for me to wait for the open door, but I've developed patience in the process. Besides, it's too difficult to go through a window. A door is symbolic of a transition or passage ...
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What To Do When You're In Over Your Head
Have you ever been “in over your head?” I've heard that phrase many times. Maybe it's a job, a relationship, or a personal crisis, and you wonder how you got there. You try to work your way out and discover there's no way out and no turning back. You're in over your head. The good news is that anything we have worked our way into we can work our...
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