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Revisiting Grief (A Tribute to My Aunts)

This past week has been a brutal one for my family.  We’ve lost two women, two matriarchs, in a matter of five days.  One is blood family, and…

Hope through Mental Illness

The other day a dear friend showed me the latest book he was reading – My name is Hope: Anxiety, Depression and Life After Melancholy.  When I read…

Sometimes Divorce in a Christian Marriage – or ANY Marriage…

Divorce in a Christian home isn’t something people like to touch on or talk about.  A few people shared a blog post by a Christian author/speaker recently on Facebook…

Overcoming Generational Curses

Recently I wrote about a severe season of depression that sent me into a very dark place as a pre-teen.  I am blessed by all of the responses…

Brutal Honesty

Bear with me as I expose some very hard, honest truths about myself.  To some, these may expose myself to be weak or very foolish to publish to…

How People Handle Grief

I have a confession to make… It took me about 10 years to release a grudge I had in high school. I’m thankful that I let it go…

Life Can Change in an Instant

My heart has been quite heavy for a couple of days. Some close friends of our’s lost their father. This man was more than a father and was…

Walking the Talk

Two years ago today, almost to the hour of me posting this, was one of the most emotionally brutal days of my life. In dealing with those life…

Living with Hurts

Have you ever taken a long, hard look at yourself or your past?  Have you ever uncovered stones in your life or the lives around you?  In the process,…