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The Respect Dare
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A Woman of Strength & Dignity
A woman of strength & dignity… My husband’s mom passed away a few days ago. As I read the Word recently, several verses jumped out at me: Proverbs 17:9 Love prospers when a fault is forgiven, but dwelling on it separates close friends. Proverbs 17:22 A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit …
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Looking for mutual respect?
Looking for Mutual Respect? I remember the first time a boundary of mine was crossed by a friend. I didn’t recognize it for what it was at the time, but I see it clearly now. We were sitting in the theater, around age nine, and I had a box of candy. Over half the box …
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6 Mistakes That Destroy Your Marriage…
“I can’t take another day – I feel so alone! My marriage is a king’s delight, cook, clean, work, go to school, take care of the children, make sure the laundry is done, supper on the table when the husband gets in, and lay down and let him have his pleasure whenever he feels. Do …
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The Respect Dare for Parents
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Do You Offer Hope to Your Teens?
My husband has a saying, “Every teen we come in contact with needs someone to take them seriously.” Just the other day, I discovered how true that is as I was sitting in a room of women. A fifty something woman literally glowed as she spoke, “You’ll never guess what happened this week. My mother […]
How Do Your Kids See Christmas?
I had an interesting exchange (or maybe it’s better termed as frustrating discussion) with one of my kids this week that makes me wonder how I could have been so blind. We were talking about Christmas. Christmas for me is all about the surprise. I typically choose to toss out a few gift ideas to […]
Are You Coasting As a Parent?
I was listening to a podcast this week about setting goals for 2019. I don’t know about you, but when I think of goal setting, I typically think of my career, my finances, my health, and other areas that I can quantify. I’ll admit that becoming a better parent is on my list, but it […]