Tag Archives: healthy living

Self-Worth – A Lesson From My Little

Berlyn learned the shortened Psalm 139:14 bible verse today at church, “I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” As I watched her dance, spin, and sing as we were walking out to the car - I observed how completely oblivious and unconcerned she was towards the people around her. She has not yet learned...
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Commitments – Why We Compromise

Have you ever met a pregnant woman not 100% committed to having a baby? I’m not talking about 100% excited or prepared, I am referring to the commitment to get this human being out of her after 9 months of baking in the oven. An expecting mama is 100% committed. There is no...
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Your Past: The Power of Perspective

Anxiety. Fear. Dread. Depression. Pain. Loneliness. Confusion. Doubt. Many of us wake up every day with one or more of these emotions swirling in our brain and filling up space in our hearts. We look to doctors, our spouse, friends, alcohol, food, exercise, control - but it never fully goes away. It is...
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Self-Sabotage: The Hard and Refreshing Truth

Have you ever felt a little bit of progress happening in your health journey and all of the sudden, out of nowhere you are overcome with a thought that turns into an urge and before you know it you are face down in a tub of ice cream, bag of chips or bowl...
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