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When the Holidays Aren’t Holly

Our burdens swirl in our mind and consume so much of our energy that we are depleted. Spending time with people who treasure us is one of several sources we have to restore. If we miss that time, as so many of us are doing in 2020 due to the pandemic, we find that our reserves fall far too low. Make sure you read my blog on creative ways to cope as they may be helpful in recovering the positive energy for the holiday season. If you need some help digging in to recalibrate and restore, please seek some help from a licensed mental health clinician. You deserve it.

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Keys to Creative Coping

To convey how healing the process of starting a garden from dust would take far more than a blog post. Suffice it to say that whatever growth you see in my garden, is an assortment of petals in my healing and coming to terms with the separation of spirits as one sailed away to spend eternity with our father while the other serves the remainder of her time on earth serving our father. And everytime I sit in my garden, I feel that much closer to the memories and the essence of who she is in my life. She will never be a “was” because I carry her inside of me.


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Pray for Power Over Your Perspective

Also, remember, prayer can change your perspective over your experiences.  When my Auntie prayed for peace over my life during that moment, it changed my perspective over losing my dog.  Instead of being focused on what I wanted, I focused on what God wanted for me – which was peace.

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Accountability

Spiritual Devotion & Sacrifice

Specific Time for Spiritual Devotion & A Willingness to Sacrifice for Growth The spiritual quadrant is such a powerful component of accountability work because

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PASSION & ACCOUNTABILITY

How Accountability Leads to Building a Platform for Your Passion   What is your passion? It is 2020 and you are saying to yourself,

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