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How to Change Your Perception through Confession
One of the reasons I've come to embrace a new view of confession and live it out as a lifestyle is because it helps us to change our perception of others and ourselves. Perception means, "insight, intuition, or knowledge gained by perceiving."; Do you think what you're perceiving is accurate or inaccurate? You've probably heard the remark,...
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The Seven Signs of Rejection
I learned recently that the word rejection comes from a Latin word, which means "to be thrown back." It resonated with me as I started to think of the many ways rejection causes us to go backward in our lives. It is a devastating catalyst for self-defeat. A lifetime of rejection is crippling emotionally, spiritually, and relationally and is a...
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Dealing With the Bruise of Rejection
Have you ever experienced rejection? That feeling of not being wanted or accepted. Rejection is a deep bruise that destroys our whole being. As a result of criticism, abandonment, and other forms of abuse or neglect, we end up with a bruise - a physical or emotional injury. And so, we build walls which allow no one into our world. My first...
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The Difference Between Others Control and Self Control
Have you ever been accused of being a "control freak?"; When someone says that phrase to us, it's never meant to be positive and certainly not meant to build us up. In some ways, the accusation itself can feel like a form of control coming from the person who said it, as if they are trying to send a message that says, "I don't like being control...
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How to Give and Receive Criticism
I've heard it said once that, "There is very little difference between people, but that little difference makes a great deal of difference."; How true that is! We're all humans, sharing in this human experience. We all feel. We all grow. We all pass on. And while it may look like we're different, the differences between us aren't that great. ...
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Being Who You Are Instead of Who You're Told To Be
The day you were born is the day you began to take in the world around you. In your mother's womb, there were no outside influences except that of your mother who carried you. Your birth delivered you into your family of origin which you had no choice in. Your family of origin shaped and formed you into the person you became. Whatever your fa...
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The Secret to Harvesting The Life You Want is Found in Your Choices
If I asked you what comes to mind when I talk about sowing seeds, I think most of us would think of farming and gardening. I grew up in the farming world, and I'm grateful for my understanding of sowing and harvesting. It helped me better understand the lessons I learned later in life about the choices I make. In gardening, you sow a particul...
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How To Have Healthy Communication With A Few Simple Rules
Recently I heard a story about a couple who struggled in their marriage for over 20 years. They had an age-old problem - communication. This couple had everything anyone would ever want and lived a lifestyle of fame, success, and financial security. They were truly living the American Dream, but one thing was lacking. In all their success,...
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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 i...
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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 certain...
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