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Relationship bankruptcy

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There are many types of relationships in this world……dating, marriage, family, friends, neighbors, coworkers and so forth.  Sometimes those relationships are good.  They can even be spectacular.  But sometimes they aren’t so good.  They can be downright awful.  You may have put your heart and soul into it but no matter what you do or how hard you try it’s still no good. It has literally sucked the life right out of you.  You’ve exhausted all your efforts into the relationship and it probably won’t ever be good.  When that happens you’ve experienced relationship bankruptcy and it’s best to file your Chapter 7 on it and move on.

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The darkness before dawn

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There’s an old saying that goes like this; “It’s always darkest before the dawn”.   That saying can mean different things to different people. You may take it literally as in it’s really darkest just before dawn breaks.  While that may or may not be true what most people take it to mean is that it always gets worse before it gets better. You will see the darkest hours of your life right before the light breaks through, bringing with it relief from what is troubling you. Continue reading

Patience is a virtue

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Patience.  That word was the bane of my existence for many, many years.  Why? Because I had NONE.  I was so far in the negative for patience it wasn’t even funny. I used to say that when they were handing out patience I didn’t even get in that line.  I stood in other lines repeatedly, like the impatience line and the negative line (I kept getting back in line for this one–I have no idea why).  I felt like I stood in all the wrong lines.   Continue reading

Stepping out of your comfort zone

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We all have that safe place in our lives known as our comfort zone.  That’s the place we know that we have control.  We’re in charge while we’re in our safe place. That small box known as our comfort zone is actually very confining and if we never venture out of it then we will never grow as we were meant to.   Continue reading

Thankful and grateful, I am

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The month of November usually brings a rush of thankful feelings to most people. I guess it’s Thanksgiving that’s behind those feelings.  It’s wonderful and great that we do give our thanks on this holiday but really, we should be giving our thanks all year long instead of on just one day in late November.   Continue reading

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