Learning To Laugh Without Fear

July 28, 2016



Almost every woman knows this verse of the beautiful passage of Proverbs 31.  Proverbs 31 is a passage that all Christian women hold in high regard.  There was even a beautiful guest blog about “When I Don’tFeel Like Being A Proverbs 31 Woman”, that I fully recommend you look over at.

But this verse specifically has always spoken to me. It is one that I repeat to myself at least twice a day. Why? I have anxiety. I have had it for a while, and I have it pretty bad. I worry about the silliest of things. I will go days without checking the mail. Seems simple enough right? I mean it is just checking the mail, what is so bad that I don’t want to check it? The honest answer- I HAVE NO IDEA! For some reason I have it in my head, I am going to find some horrible thing through the mail, and to avoid the fear and unknown of it I don’t check it. Thank goodness my husband does, or I would probably have a years worth of mail up there.  I am one of those people that panic when simple, everyday things happen.

One Very Important Secret To A Long Marriage

July 7, 2016


I’ve been able to talk to several older women in my life, and ask them for the information as to how they were able to keep their marriage going so strongly and for so long. Marriage’s today have an alarming rate of divorce, and if you sit and think about it for long enough it can really make you sad. It makes you scared to commit, for fear of failure.

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