How to Deal with Unwanted and Lingering ‘Grief’ this Christmas
Christmas time can be a time to make and remember sweet memories even as it also triggers grief because of those very memories or lost opportunities. Typically, this is because of the loss of loved ones either because they died near Christmas long ago or because it’s one of your first Christmases without them. Sometimes…
5 Best Practices to Help Your Marriage Survive Tragedy
I’m excited to introduce you to my latest guest blogger—Rachel Lee—who’s talking today about recovering from a tragedy in her life and marriage. See her bio below for more on where to find her. And be sure to make her feel welcome by commenting and sharing this moving and meaningful post all around the web!…
3 Ways I’m Dealing with an Empty-Nest
I’m walking over an incredibly monumental transition or “threshold” in my life—that of being a full-fledged Empty Nester. Since that’s the case, I’ve felt like it might be good to do a series on the many “thresholds” we all go through in marriage and life. I will be alternating these posts with my videos that…
What Does God Want to Give You in Your Losses?
As I face breast cancer, I’ve become extremely aware of the battle going on in my mind. When my focus is on the “loss” or “losses” I’m facing, I begin to feel, well, like a “loser.” But God has been so patient and kind with me and has gently reminded me that … He never…
You must be logged in to post a comment.