Do Over – How to Rebuild Trust and Really Move Forward (Part 2)

Ok, so you’ve been betrayed (or maybe you’ve committed the betrayal); and to get over it, you need to get to the truth. Whose truth? Of course truth involves what is real, steadfast, and unchanging. Who decides what is real? The author of ALL truth is God. In talking about…

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Waiting on Mr. Right…Again? by Alicia Redmond

So you are well into your first year of marriage and you begin to realize something–I didn’t learn any of this in the pre-marital counseling class! Oh yes, you discussed finances, communication skills, even that darned 10 letter word…submission! Now you are reaching that two-year mark where most couples will…

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How to Rebuild Trust and Really Move Forward (Part 1)

When Trust is Broken Lisa and Emily had been best friends for years. When Lisa told Emily of the fabulous blockbuster movie she had just seen with her husband, Emily was eager to see the film with her husband, too. What a letdown! The movie was nothing like the movies…

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I’m Pregnant, Now What? (Realistic Fitness Routines for Expecting Moms) by Amia Freeman

You’re pregnant!?!? Whether the response is whoo-hoo or uh-oh; ready or not, that baby will come and the best way to enjoy those 36(+) weeks of transformation is to relax into the change. It doesn’t take a ground breaking clinical study to know that inevitably physical, emotional and hormonal changes…

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Boost Your Career and Volunteer by Alana Jackson

Have you ever felt the satisfying rush of helping another in need? It makes you feel like you can conquer the world. Through volunteerism, you are rewarded not only with the satisfaction that you are helping others, but with tools that are sure to boost your career. When you volunteer,…

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Give Me a Break–Let Go of the Small Stuff So Your Relationship Can Soar

Ahhh, the small stuff — like paper next to the garbage can that never made it, jelly on the countertop, the bag of dog food that never stays closed, toothpaste squeezed from the middle (or bottom whichever bothers you), an empty carton in the fridge and my husband’s personal pet…

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Signs of a True Friend by Alana Jackson

True friendship is one of the most intimate connections one can attain. Friendship is not just a Saturday morning shopping partner or even a matinee and brunch date, but friendship is a multi-layered recipe containing trust, communication, understanding, support, loyalty, and plenty of love. Friendship is: home after an extended…

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Keep Growing While the Economy is Slowing! by Olivia Goodheart

Don’t follow the crowd. Sell when everybody else is buying. Buy when everyone else is selling. — Warren Buffett, paraphrased We have all heard the news that the American economy is slowing. The housing market is soft; the stock market is down; personal savings are at an all time low;…

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