Lost & Found- Under Construction

While the many hours of training were meant to train me in the many aspects of Christian caring, they also provided me with much insight and an in depth understanding of myself. It opened doors to accept who I am, challenge myself to be assertive in areas I’ve never been, and to love myself from within. 

Authentic Truths-Love Your Neighbor

This act of hate represents a much deeper issue within the heart of one man. A deeper issue revolving around the movements that Americans choose to be part of. The issues revolving around evil and uncivilized hatred, bigotry, racism.

Bipolar Life- Depth of Despair

Every night I thought of the guns, or pills, or even the rafters in the garage. I thought of dying more than I thought of living. Death just seemed easier. It may sound selfish to someone on the outside, it may be, but my will to live was slipping away.

Lost & Found-Looking for a PASS

We, as parents, don’t get a pass, a do over, or a life line. We are here, in the midst of not only our life and choices, but their life and their choices, whether or not we accepted the invitation, or signed on the dotted line of less than stellar decision making.

Lost & Found- I Can Do All Things

I won’t continue to feel beat up by a past that hurt me, ridiculed me, took advantage of me, shamed me and tossed me away. I will not hold back the gentle truth, no matter how harsh it is. I will not give up on people simply because they choose to give up on me. I will not be that person...

Authentic Truths- Truth, Where Pieces Fall

We have overused terms such as “offended”, “offensive”, and “judging” in place of using scripture. We have become afraid to remain black and white on the issues of right and wrong, because that right and wrong may offend those who don’t agree, may push away those who don’t want to accept truth, and lower the numbers in pews on Sunday....

Lost & Found- Fuel the Passion

Little by little, the lack of passion went unnoticed, and within a few years, when passion no longer became my priority, another new ‘me’ emerged. She wasn’t adorned with fire and thrill. Nope. What I wore looked more like something I’d call ‘content’.

The daily addict

The daily life of an addict in recovery

Walk In Integrity

Vincit Qui Se Vincit

Unlocking Adulthood

All to know about Adulthood:. Adulthood and money; Adulthood and love; Adulthood and religion; Adulthood and sex; Adulthood and pets; Adulthood and addiction; Adulthood and friends; Adulthood and relationships; Adulthood and travel; and many more

RelatoCorto

Blog Fiction

I Am My Own Island

Because We all need to find a way to live with ourselves

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