Before You Speak In Anger, Find Your Inner Voice (And Reason for Speaking)

It’s time for a wake up call, okay? All of the stuff you’re feeling… defensiveness, anger, fear, hate, jealousy… it’s tearing you apart with indecision, isn’t it? You strive to be “good.” People tell you to not be angry because well, just because it’s not right, or it’s a sin, or it causes strife. But…

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Timing and Following God

What do you do when God shows you a vision? This very thing happened to me with two visions. One came about a little over a year ago. The other came four months ago. Even though I can look down other people’s timelines and my own to see what’s coming in the future, it has…

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7 Surprising Reasons to Create A Humor Therapy File

Life is not always happy, happy, happy, but I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that. When you have kids, you’re running them around to soccer practice, swimming, basketball, and maybe even football depending on their gender . If you’re constantly on the go, no matter how much energy you have, there’s bound to…

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How to Deal with People Talking About You

Have you ever been around a group of people that you knew would talk about you the moment your back was turned? It’s not a pleasant feeling. It’s the very opposite of acceptance. There’s two options in a situation like that. One is to leave. The other is to learn how to deal with it…

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Four Arguments for the Release of Worrying Over What Others Think About You

What does it matter anyway? We can’t read their minds… Can we? Recently, I was reading Martha Beck’s book, Steering By Starlight. In it, she talks about one of her clients that had wanted to write a book. She helped him through getting the book written, but when he submitted it for publication, all of…

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