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Good Grief: Finding Life After Loss

I have been a widow for a year and ten days.  My late husband’s death was very sudden so I didn’t have a chance to prepare.  Not that you can ever prepare for something so earth-shattering as the death of a spouse.  I’ve spent the last 375 days working through ...

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When You Feel Like God Doesn’t Understand

Our feelings are very human and part of what makes us frail. To limit our frailty, we find ways to harden or suppress or otherwise numb our emotions. We may ignore our hearts, ignore other people’s feelings, use distraction like substances or video games or other addictions, or simply avoid ...

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MARRIAGE TAKES COMMITMENT

These days it’s too easy to get a divorce.  Yes, society has changed it’s feelings about this once taboo subject.  Where in the past there may have been times when a divorce should have been granted, now there are times when many are granted that should not have been.   There used to ...

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It’s Not About Me!

Another year is dawning, and I am struck by both a sense of fulfillment and one of regret. As I look back over the past year, I spy dreams that have been brought to fruition and goals that have been met. I see accomplishments and growth in many areas. Yet, ...

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