Life Saver: God and His Word

Years ago I’d just come out of a string of bad relationship experiences. Transitioning to a different and “calmer” way of life was a challenge to say the least. I was drowning in regret, fear of the unknown, restlessness, and a lack of focus. A huge question loomed over my head: “Who was I withoutContinue reading “Life Saver: God and His Word”

Grief: Recent Loss & Reflections

Exactly a week ago, two policemen showed up at our door asking if they could speak to my husband. Our day was a normal “quarantine-adjusted” day – homeschool, work at home, Zoom meetings, etc. Nothing warned us of the news that came from these officers’ mouths in a matter of seconds once they were settledContinue reading “Grief: Recent Loss & Reflections”

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

In 1989, the United States Congress acknowledged October as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month.” This is monumental as every 9 seconds, a woman is beaten by a spouse/significant other while 1 in 4 men are victims of physical violence by an intimate partner.  This month my organization, Healthy Relationships Network, will be taking time to acknowledgeContinue reading “Domestic Violence Awareness Month”

Seeking Sex…

There are many things that can be said about Selah Marley’s (Lauren Hill’s daughter) recent video — I won’t offer any deep interpretation, but I was extremely interested in Selah’s discussion about her approach to #sex and relationships. I know some women can relate as we remember the emptiness and confusion that came withContinue reading “Seeking Sex…”