Even when you know deep down you should break up with your boyfriend, you sometimes feel confused, sad, and even afraid. Here’s how to know if you and your boyfriend should break up. You’ll also find tips for coping with the pain of letting him… Read More »Should You Break Up With Him?
How do you distance yourself or detach emotionally from someone you love, but have to let go of? Learn how a healthy emotional detachment can help you heal when a relationship breaks down. You won’t always struggle with these painful feelings. Your heart will heal, and you will recover your true self. Emotionally detaching from someone you love – but can’t be with – is the first step to healing.
Coping with moodiness, bloat and tenderness caused by premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a pain – but it’s even worse when PMS symptoms cause problems in your relationship with your boyfriend or husband! My emotional and physical health tips will help stop PMS problems from ruining your relationship.
You can’t ignore it anymore: your boyfriend makes you feel bad and you know he isn’t treating you with love or respect. You aren’t sure, so you’re searching for the warning signs of a bad relationship. You’ve come to the right place! It may be hard to even think that your relationship isn’t healthy, but the truth will set you free. The truth will give you courage and strength…if you let it.
If we knew what He knows—if we could see the big picture with all the pieces—we would ask God for exactly what we have. Imagine that! If you knew what God knows, you would give yourself the exact same body, life and relationships you have right now.
Your loudest and deepest desires are natural, primal and purposeful. You deeply desire safety and security, peace and healing. You loudly desire freedom and joy, love and life! Those are good desires, and you’re right to want them.
Usually I write serious stuff. Practical tips, encouragement, information, and sometimes even exhortation to take responsibility for your life and choose to grow forward — even in an unwanted, unexpected season of life. Put on your big girl pants and blossom!
Blossoming into who God created you to be — acrobat or blogger, cardiologist or gardener — takes time. Patience. Nurturing, growing, learning, and taking little leaps of faith. But what do you do if you’re stuck, stalled, or haven’t even started? I started the “She… Read More »Blossoming Into Your Calling – Blossom Tip 76