Tagged: personal growth

stronger than fear

Anger Marching

So. Much. Chatter. It is not just me right? Do you feel it? Tuning out the noise and staying focused on anything has been a challenge. Look around. The world. Everyday life. Anger is...

Our Own Thing

What does “Christmas” mean to you? If you are a Christian, it is the religious celebration marking when Jesus came in the world. For the devout, it is a time filled with anticipation, ritual,...

Pile of Hate

It is rare that I toss my thoughts about politics in to the arena but I feel like it is time. I am not going to convince anyone who to vote for or offer...

Own Your No

Here is a question. How many of you have heard the phrase “setting boundaries” before? I have a sneaking suspicion few have not. I have heard it mentioned on numerous occasions throughout my lifetime,...

Love Your Body

It is natural to feel afraid when a relationship ends. When a marriage ends, everything changes. Entering the dating world is not something most look forward to. The process of learning about a new...

Coming Out Again

I have a confession to make. Since Switching Teams was published, part of my daily routine includes reading the messages and emails from readers. Many thank me for writing and sharing my story about...

Fall Seven Times

Adversity comes in many shapes and sizes. It does not discriminate nor does it care if we are prepared for it. Most adversity happens unexpectedly and usually at the worst possible moment. If you...

Love Me Do

Here we go. Again. Loving yourself. This is my favorite subject. I harp on it constantly because it is that important. There are plenty of topics out there calling to me for consideration, yet...

No Good Reason

When bad things happen, we all want answers. Looking for a reason is a natural reaction as we attempt to make sense of what is happening. Big things and little things alike. Personally, I...

Walk a Mile

Let’s talk about blame, assumptions, and jumping to conclusions. One of the many reasons I wrote Switching Teams was to clarify how challenging the whole experience was. It was just as much a means...

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