How many times have we heard it said, if you fall of the horse, you have to get back on. This is for lots of reasons – to keep fear at bay – to face fear head on – to try again and again and again. It doesn’t matter if it’s a diet, notContinue reading “When You Fall Off, Get Back On”
Tag Archives: forgiveness
Reblog: “A Call To Forgive” By Therese Shelesky
This woman has an amazing story. She overcame bitterness of losing a relationship with her child! It’s difficult when people hurt us, especially those we love and those who are hard to love. Whether family, friend or foe, bottom line it hurts and depending on the offense, it can make us down right out angry,Continue reading “Reblog: “A Call To Forgive” By Therese Shelesky”
Nothing feels worse to me than when someone lets you down. Of course that subject can span many other details including lieing, cheating, abandonment, and countless others. As people, we try hard to do what we can to gain trust and accountability with others which in turn builds friendships and relationships. I’m dealing with thisContinue reading “Sincerely Disappointed”
Dressed? or Naked?
I have a challenge for you today: Everyone has someone they consider an “enemy”. It could be a friend who has done you wrong, a co-worker who stepped over you to gain a promotion, a family member who cut you so deeply you want nothing to do with them anymore… The possibilities are endless. IContinue reading “Dressed? or Naked?”