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Posted: Mar 14, 2016

Dancing in the Rain

When my son was diagnosed with cancer, I began to live with the reality of what cancer was capable of doing. I knew that this disease could create havoc in my son’s body. The idea of not having control over how the cancer was going to spread or the damage it would do to Seth was almost too much for me to handle.
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Posted: Mar 4, 2016

Emotional Support Beyond Your Spouse

I love hearing stories of couples who have enjoyed many years together in marriage. Not just enduring each other, but truly happy together. One key theme these stories often share is that successful couples are involved in community. These couples—who not only have been married many years but also report more contentment and joy in their marriage—have healthy emotional support outside of their marriage.
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Posted: Jan 16, 2016

True Courage

True courage is taking that first step towards healing when healing seems so impossible to obtain. It's looking yourself in the mirror after being rejected and telling yourself you are beautiful. Courage is believing, even though you might not feel it, that you are loved by God. True Courage is more than overcoming a physical challenge it is facing what can be the scariest thing you have even encountered: your inner self.
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Posted: Jan 8, 2016

Dancing in the Rain

When my son was diagnosed with cancer, I began to live with the reality of what cancer was capable of doing. I knew that this disease could create havoc in my son’s body. The idea of not having control over how the cancer was going to spread or the damage it would do to Seth was almost too much for me to handle.

In the same way for the past 4 years I have lived, constantly aware that at any moment my husband could choose his path of sin again. Just like I had no control over cancer’s destructive path, I also have no control over the choices of my husband.
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Posted: Dec 14, 2015

Repaired With Gold

Emotional wounds can become an identity we allow ourselves to live under. At least I did! I saw myself as a betrayed wife. A woman who was left damaged, having little value or approval. Outwardly people thought I was doing well, but inwardly I was shriveling up with the feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness.
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