Is oversharing really a thing? Maybe in some instances. But for the most part I can't stop. won't stop. "oversharing". This post explains why & also, why I encourage you to do the same.
Maybe you are feeling “all the feels” or maybe you’re confused about not feeling “enough”. Either way this week’s affirmation is for you. ♥️
Solitude can be a helpful tool in your healing or even just your managing of emotions. Isolation is different. Here's what I've learned.
What happens in the middle of your grief process? You're no longer in the fallout of your loss, but you're not completely healed... In this post I share with you some of my thoughts from this very place..."the middle"
Losing Hadassah - This post will include TMI & triggers in regards to miscarriage. Please feel no obligation read. Often I write for you, this I wrote for me. I also wanted to let someone out there know they aren't alone. & to provide a small window for those who've never been through this, to be able to understand just a little more than they did before.
Have you ever felt like sharing what you are going through is so tiny compared to the big things others are going through? Here's why I think it ALL matters & why we should share with others!
Body, Mind, & Soul - Whole, Brilliant, Fulfilled
Lord, help me accept life for what it is, while keeping hope that You take GOOD care of me & those I love. Even in the times where that isn't obvious to me, help me still trust that somehow the hardships we are enduring, are building a nest inside of us for peace to dwell.
Life has a way of producing ominous storm clouds that eventually evolve into full blown storms. Here is some encouragement that you aren’t alone in remaining stubbornly hopeful.
There was a woman who made an impression on nearly everyone she encountered. Some impressions were good, some not so good, but most were memorable. To say this woman was unforgettable would be an understatement. It seemed, she had decided early on, to live a life that when reflected upon, would ensure that she would … Continue reading Surely, I Will NEVER Forget Shirley