Tag Archives: wholeness

The Cost of Your Freedom

What’s up with the mind games we play with ourselves ladies? I mean, seriously. How many times have you had a conversation with yourself about the cookies in the pantry or the ice cream in the refrigerator? Please don’t tell me I am the only! “Do I eat the cookie? Maybe just...
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The Invisible Prisons Of Unforgiveness and Shame

It breaks my heart to know how many women live torn between the expectation to have it all and keep it all together and the internal reality of feeling flawed, less than, trapped, defeated, hopeless and a hot mess. As women, we have to take off the masks hiding our pain, frustration and...
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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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The Obsession with Perfection

Obsession. Defined it is the domination of one’s thoughts or feelings by a persistent idea, image, desire, etc. or a persistent disturbing preoccupation with an often unreasonable idea or feeling. I can look back now and see my obsession to be perfect and succeed began as a young catholic girl who followed...
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