Category: solitude

Why Solitude Is a Necessary Place For Our Healing and Peace  

 

Life comes at us. We barely have a chance to catch our breath. From the time we wake up in the morning until we finally drift off to sleep, it seems we simply live reacting to whatever crises, whatever deadlines life demands. We carry our wounds with us, from one season to the next, one job to the next, one relationship to the next. At the end of the day, we’re left wondering why we are exhausted, depressed, undone.

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How The Power of Relationship Can Help You Overcome the Monsters In Your Closet  

 

 

Were you ever afraid of the monsters in your closet as a child? Are there monsters in your life today, areas of your life that you have been too afraid to face, too overwhelmed to muster the courage to conquer?

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Ten Activities that Will Help You Find Balance In an Otherwise Chaotic Life

Life can be chaotic at times.  So many things coming at us all at once leave us feeling that life is living us rather than us living life.

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How Emotionally Healthy People Manage Stress Better

There are times when life comes at us full-force. There is no escape. No relief. It seems as if we are caught in a windstorm, fighting against the fierce elements attacking our every movement. We are left struggling with any last measure of energy to steady ourselves, to lean in, to survive. Continue reading

No Matter How Busy Your Life Is, There Is Only One Necessary Thing

I blink and it is Easter. I blink again and it is fall.

Time passes so quickly, quicker by the year perhaps. What happened to the time? Where did it disappear?

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Why You Shouldn’t Run Away From Solitude

I remember when my husband and I were first courting. He was my next-door neighbor. I travelled quite a bit and to be honest, it took me a while before I noticed him beyond the traditional neighborly wave as we passed in the cul de sac.

Our relationship began casually, as neighborhood friends, but the more time we spent together, the more our relationship grew. Continue reading

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