Forgiveness can be a sensitive area for many of us depending on what we may have experienced in our lives. The biggest hindrance that many of us have in navigating through our healing journey that keeps our spirits captive with unforgiveness is the brainwash misconceptions of what forgiveness actually doesn’t mean. There is a relief… Continue reading Five Myths About Forgiveness And How To Release Them To Heal
Tag: Life After Divorce
Forgiveness Is A Gift For You
I learned more about the gift of grace in my parenting journey in witnessing that it goes to a depth of compassion that words can’t describe. Many of us as parents are able to offer a loving pardon of forgiveness when one of our children falls short. It’s like without saying a word verbatim I… Continue reading Forgiveness Is A Gift For You
How Can You Get Mad At Your Own Mess?
My daughters and I headed out the door to jump in the car to leave for the gym. One of my seven year old twins said " Eww, the car is a mess! " as she opened to door to get in the backseat to strap in her car seat. I took a peep to… Continue reading How Can You Get Mad At Your Own Mess?
Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That! : Motherhood Approaching 40 or Older
I can't believe it! I'm only three years to forty. It's amazing how much life can flip in almost a decade in how our lives change drastically, our mindset matures, and what mattered so much in our early adulthood has became void in focusing on. I shared a moment with one of my closest friends… Continue reading Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That! : Motherhood Approaching 40 or Older
My Story Matters , Even If It’s Just For Myself
I'm a pretty transparent person admittedly. I've openly shared as a writer through my blog for a few years now about different aspects of my life from everyday experiences, motherhood, and more all with the hopes of encouraging others. However, for the first time I felt like the character "Elsa" in the movie Frozen with… Continue reading My Story Matters , Even If It’s Just For Myself
What Do Single Moms Do On Mother’s Day?
I felt a mixed of emotions leading up to Mother's Day. I braced myself without holding on to any expectation leading up the holiday in knowing that it would be different. I pondered a few questions in my mind about single moms I've known, my own mother from growing up, and accepting my new norm… Continue reading What Do Single Moms Do On Mother’s Day?
Good Parent Vs Bad Parent : The Unfair Comparison
Divorce has away of making people choose a side of who's the better parent in the equation.We spend thousands of dollars on attorneys and court fees in custody battles to prove which parent is more fit in being the primary guardian for the child (ren). I've always felt torn in split expectations, judgments,… Continue reading Good Parent Vs Bad Parent : The Unfair Comparison