Is there a good and bad way to process grief and trauma as a Christian? A few weeks ago, a good friend of mine lost her only child, a beautiful 14 year old girl, (whom we shall call Estelle) under tragic circumstances. When I first received the news, the first question that raced across my mind ... Read More about Learning to Process Grief and Trauma as A Christian
I never knew I had a deep need to talk until I got married. I thought I was a cool, in-control girl who didn’t have annoying female traits like “plenty of conversation”. Until I began to feel frustrated when my husband didn’t understand what I needed from him. In spite of the “hints” I ... Read More about Honey, Can We Talk?
Thomas LeBlanc, a certified trainer and coach says, “If all you have is a dream to succeed in a business.... go to sleep and dream about it because it will not happen unless you apply consistent action to the dream." Dreaming won't get you all the way to the top; application and grit picks up and ... Read More about The Power of Grit and Why You Must Persevere
Sight - it's about believing in what I see, even if others do not see it or believe it. When my husband and I first started going out many years ago, many people did not see what we saw. They did not believe in us, as a couple. I was hurt and disappointed by their "blindness". I mean how ... Read More about Power of Sight – How to Keep Believing When Others Won’t
Change - how do you not lose your mind when navigating multiple transitions? Like most people, I overestimate my capacity to handle change. In fact, I can preach the “change” sermon all day until change swings by, packaged in a way I hadn't anticipated. 33 months ago, my life was full; I was ... Read More about Managing Change: How To Manage Transitions And Not Lose Your Mind