We all hate the idea of making several trips in the house after a run to the grocery store. Veins will be popping out of our arms, fingertips purple, and those bag lines will darn near make permanent indentions in our before we are willing to make a second trip to the car...especially in the … Continue reading Who’s in your tribe: how to recognize those valuable relationships and the repercussions of not having them.
If you are looking at life through the lens of "I am bad" and "I am not worthy" you will forever see situations and circumstances as things that are happening TO you instead of seeing them as situations you can work through and conquer.
As we finish with 2017 people all across the world will resolve to change certain behaviors and aspects of their life by setting goals for 2018. The stats are pretty dismal for the number of people that actually stick with their resolutions long enough to create real change in their life. Maybe part of the … Continue reading When the Man in the Mirror is Hard to Face
If we observe person putting in half the effort to reach their goals WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYY are you stuck on what they COULD be doing (their potential) if they aren't thinking enough of themselves to do all they can do now?!
The other weekend while talking with a nice young lady outside of the supermarket I stated, "I don't have patience in my personal life, I use all of my patience in my professional life." God must've heard me and chuckled. Enters this blogging and going through the process of growing my audience...I see what you did … Continue reading What to do in the Meantime
It must be the most painful realization, knowing you are the only one in your sibling group that was not placed in a forever home. Not only did you not have your "forever family," you have haven't had a stable "temporary family." No, what you have gotten is placement, after placement, after placement, mostly in … Continue reading Letter To My Foster II