Life is usually busy for me because I’m currently working full time and attending Grad school full time. But this last semester, I took 14 units as a grad student. This meant I was at work from 8 AM to 5 PM and then at school from 6 PM to 10 PM almost every day, … Continue reading In His Hands
I have a friend who gave an analogy to explain her depression to me. She said that some days she felt like she was standing on a ledge, barely holding on. She said that sometimes she felt like letting go of that ledge, but as she “let go” she felt others still “holding” on to … Continue reading The Ledge
My best friend of 20 years was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. This was a huge shock to us as she is only 26-years-old and there is no history of breast cancer in her family. She is a beautiful young woman who does not have kids yet, and has her whole life ahead of her. … Continue reading Take That Cancer
Anyone who has been married can tell you that marriage can be tough. Even though my husband and I took a pre-marital course and were given advice from family and friends, there were still things that no one told us about. So now that my husband and I are almost four years in our life … Continue reading 10 Things They Don’t Tell You About Marriage
I am a nobody I will never think I am worth something, I have no talents I can’t believe that I have a purpose, In this life I am ugly I will never say I am beautiful, I am alone I will never feel that I belong, God made a mistake I will never believe … Continue reading Who Do You See In The Mirror?
Growing up, I was always striving to be perfect. On the outside, I looked like I had it all together. In high school, I was captain of the cheerleading team, ASB Speaker of the House, on homecoming court, part of several clubs, had a great family, and drove a red convertible Porsche. Yup, my life … Continue reading The Battle of Life