Getting Your Kids to Do Chores Without Losing Your Mind

What did you think when you read this title? Guilty? Hopeful? Full of Dread? Anticipation? Help is on the way! I love this verse. The Bible says that everyone works and contributes, unless they are truly unable to. This is also true for our kids and chores. We are not there to serve them. They need to […]

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7 Ways to be Compassionate with Yourself

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Building a Compassionate Relationship with Yourself is Life Changing You and your relationships will benefit as you take care of yourself and have a “compassionate you” to go through life with. Following are some ideas you can build into your life to continue developing the compassionate relationship that you have already begun. Stay Self-Aware Resist […]

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Sustaining Hope…When It’s Hard To Keep Hoping

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I’m not big on Hope…even though I have a sign that says Hope on my porch year round. Are you thinking…Wait…what? How can she say that? I want to be encouraged here…. I’m not big on attaching hope to: ~ Outcomes I can’t control ~ People I can’t influence or change ~ Situations in the […]

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You Are More Valuable Than You Think

You Are More Valuable Than You Think…   What was you first reaction when you read this title, “You are More Valuable Than You Think”? Agree? Disagree? Not Sure?   First of all…I want you to know this is true…you are valuable, precious, and have great value. Yes, this is true…it is true about you. […]

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We All Need Kindness

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  We All Need Kindness I had the privilege last week to share with 15 Hospital Chaplains different ways to show others that we all need kindness –not only toward others, but also toward ourselves. Specifically, I shared ways they can teach themselves as well as their patients and their families how to be compassionate […]

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Self-Compassion from Singapore!

Hello Everyone…today I have the pleasure of sharing a post from my new dear friend, Shuyi who lives in Singapore Shuyi gave me permission to share her post of how God led her to my book, and the impact self-compassion has had on her. I am blown away by her post, and will share some […]

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Self-Compassion Shows Strength Not Weakness

  Self-Compassion Shows Strength! Hello Friends! I’m privileged to share a post with you, Self-Compassion Shows Strength Not Weakness featured on Leslie Vernick’s blog today. Leslie, the author of The Emotionally Destructive Marriage, interviewed me about the importance self-compassion, and I am delighted to share that interview below. Please share with anyone that could benefit. […]

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Don’t Left Things Unsaid…

A couple of months ago I was letting colleagues know that I was closing my counseling practice due to serious health concerns. A Therapist that I collaborated with in the past, but whom I don’t know personally, left me the most wonderful voice mail. She encouraged me about the positive impact I’d had in the […]

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