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Sometimes You Have to be Your Own Therapist.

Everyday life throws something new at you. Whether it’s good or bad, it’s definitely new. With that, you find yourself feelings these emotions. For me, I’m a very sensitive person. I wear my heart on my sleeve at times and end up with hurt feelings very quickly. I won’t lie, I also feel the depressed, anxious, stressed and worried feeling that many other people feel. Prayer works of course, but I am human and I do human-like things. I still take on these problems and  ...

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Advice, How-To, Self Help

How to Move on From a Toxic Relationship

Every day you hear about a struggle someone is having in their relationship. Whether it be on social media, tv, or in your own life, there is always an issue that seems to never end. How is that possible? Is it their behavior or personality? Their circumstances? Or is the possibility that it wasn’t meant to be? As someone who relies on The Lord’s opinion and guidance for everything, I’ve come to realize that most of the time the last option is the truth. I feel like we may  ...

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How-To, Inspiration, Self Help

A Set Apart Focus

  There is a daily mind struggle for everyone who is a believer. You have constant thoughts, that challenge you and your journey with God. It’s really difficult to sort them out and understand where they come from and why you even have them. You pray about it and ask God to you help you, or you talk to a friend about it. Often times you let these thoughts consume you and eventually they are your focus. You may not realize it but they are now who you are. You’ve become these  ...

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How-To, Inspiration

How to commune with God

  Have you ever felt like you needed to spend some time alone? Or maybe just need a break from the world? Yes, I know you may feel like this on a daily basis. It just might be God telling you it’s time to fellowship with him. Fellowship? Yes! Fellowship just like you would with your friends and family. But, there is something different about this. It’s not just talking to him. Its not just praying. Its more than that. It is communing! This is a closeness that only You and  ...

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