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It’s Okay to Get Angry?

Have you ever known someone who gets angry over the slightest trifle? Everything makes them blow their cork, and they chalk this off as part of their personality. I’m Irish, and I think anger is considered a family trait among … Continue reading

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Why Is It So Hard to Forgive?

Today, we begin our series on forgiveness with more questions than answers. For the next 40 days, I will be posting on this topic Monday through Friday, with time off over the weekends to recharge my batteries. So, let’s get … Continue reading

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Where is Cleveland kidnapping victim, Michelle Knight?

Cleveland kidnapping victim, Michelle Knight, disappeared from the hospital on Friday evening. No one seems to know where she has gone, including her own mother. Everyone is wondering why she would dodge from view like this. Anyone coping with post-traumatic … Continue reading

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Back from the Writer’s Abyss

Have you ever felt so overwhelmed by work, you lost track of time? For many months, I’ve been working ten-hour days to finish my second novel, When Hope Was Gone. While at the grocery store a few weeks ago, I … Continue reading

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Is it Okay to Get Angry?

Anger Can be Life-Saving Anger can be a useful emotion in some instances that call for action. As long as we don’t use anger as our default in all stressful situations, it’s okay to listen to this alarming inner voice. … Continue reading

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Never Put Anyone on a Pedestal

I frequently hear from readers and acquaintances that I seem to be incredibly strong, in spite of the pain of my past. The trouble with viewing me as if I belong on a pedestal, is that I can tumble from … Continue reading

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Be Prepared to Boost Your Confidence

Grandma’s Bowling Ball When I was a kid, I went to stay with my grandmother for a week. One night, she got her bowling ball bag out of the closet and set it beside the door. “Are we going bowling … Continue reading

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Organize Your Closet to Gain Confidence

What’s in your closet? If our closet looks like this one, it’s going to drain a lot of our confidence. Why? Because when we wake up in the morning, we can’t find anything to wear. When we do find an … Continue reading

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