Tag Archives: motherhood

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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The Cost of Comparison

Do you ever find yourself obsessing over what you believe other people (especially women) are thinking…
  • about what you are wearing
  • about what you are saying
  • about what you are doing
  • about who you are?
You are not alone. I have yet to meet...
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Surrender Your Shame

As we seek out our path to wholeness and living free, I think it’s very important to understand the distinct differences between guilt and shame. I think we can all agree that we want to live a guilt-free and shame-free life - however one serves for growth and can align us with our...
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