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Memorial Day. A day for cookouts, family gatherings, and the beginning of summer. A day full of red, white and blue decorations, burgers on the grill, outside games, beach, boating and loads of fun. And while it is a good day for all those things, it was not...
The Art of Poetry
This month I would like to honor the art of poetry and the contributions made by those who share their craft. As a young girl, I found that when I was struggling through a hard time and could not find the words, I could sit and write to express my own thoughts. It...
Women’s History Month
March brings the celebration of National Women’s History month. As we reflect on a couple of significant women who have made an impact, may we realize the amount of suffering that took place to bring about lasting change. Corrie ten Boom was one of these women. She...
Black History Month
As I prepared to attempt to honor Black History Month, I revisited a story that took place in our sleepy little town. It was a story I thought I knew, but turns out, I actually knew very little. As I read the details of the events, I felt sick to my stomach. Harry...
Lives Touching Lives
It was an awkward moment. That first meeting, then the second, third, fourth, and many more after that. What I learned became a part of who I am. I first began mentoring when our local high school felt that there was a need for students to form relationships where...
Journey to Self-Love
Journey to Self-Love: Learning Shame Resilience “I’d rather be dead than red on the head” was a chant I heard regularly as a kid growing up in Memphis, Tennessee. “Carrot Top” became an unwelcome nickname. I hated my red hair. As far as I was concerned, it did not...
Do You Hear Me?
“How do I get my spouse to listen to me?” is a common question I hear from couples who come into counseling. There is frustration and a desire for connection. Whether it’s a couple who recently shared their wedding vows or spouses who have been on the marriage journey...
Being Intentional in Your Marriage
There was a sense of excitement in the room. Ten couples had signed up for a weekend Marriage Retreat and the first session was about to begin. Preparations had been in the process for months. Putting the schedule and sessions together, deciding on the menu, getting...
A Journey Worth Taking
Brene Brown’ is a shame researcher who opines: “If you put shame in a Petri dish and douse it with secrecy, silence and judgement, shame grows exponentially.” And it can be debilitating. The main issue with shame is the feeling that there is something wrong with me....
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