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Emotions and sentiments…🧐🧐(Prov 18:13)

Emotions and sentiments…🧐🧐(Prov 18:13)

There’s a clear difference between emotions and sentiments. A lot of people shy away from acknowledging and expressing their emotions because they don’t want to be seen as being sentimental. Often, times women are often poorly labeled being emotional as though there was a fault there. We are all emotional beings; it is abnormal not … Continue reading

When overwhelmed..

When overwhelmed..

It’s important to carry your own load, however when the load turns into a burden then it’s not a weakness but wisdom to seek help. We don’t like to appear needy and be vulnerable. However, when we can’t help ourselves, it means we need additional help. God never shames anyone for reaching for help and … Continue reading

Take a break!!!

Take a break!!!

When you give others a break, you really give yourself a break. What drives you crazy is not what comes at you but how hold on to it. (Matt 5:7) We suffer more than the wrong actions of others when we hold on to those offenses. We get more stressed by our ‘shoulds’ and ‘musts’ … Continue reading

Take the stress off you!!!

Take the stress off you!!!

#lifecoach #authentic #counseling #grace #selfactualization #selfdevelopmenttools #mentoring #mentalhealth #selflove #lifequotes #faith #innerpeace #happiness #relationshipgoals #love #lifestylechange #encouragement Sometimes you may think running or denying a problem is the best way to deal with it. However, we all know that hiding stuff will only cause them to rot and not heal. The better way to deal … Continue reading

It’s yours!!!🥳🥳🥳

It’s yours!!!🥳🥳🥳

#lifecoach #authentic #lifepurpose #joy #love #selfactualization #fulfilled #faith #happiness #lifestyle #counselingpsychology #counseling #careercoach #confidence #hope #mentor #mentalhealth It’s very easy to allow others make you feel guilty for doing nothing wrong. Because things may not go the same way for us as with others and that doesn’t make us responsible for that state. When we … Continue reading