So often, we tell ourselves we are "guiding" those around us when the reality is, we are manipulating them to do things our way so we can feel good about ourselves. Guess what? We can choose to feel great about ourselves even when others exercise their agency in ways we wish they wouldn't! Join me on this podcast to learn simple tricks to have genuine and enriching relationships with the people in your life
So often we are paralyzed thinking we don't know the best way to help someone, so we do nothing. Funny thing is, failing to take action is the only sure way to know for sure, you are doing it all wrong. The most meaningful acts of service do not involve money or any grand gestures. They are simple things like writing a note or offering a sincere compliment. Warren is even volunteering at a preschool while he's recovering! There is no act of kindness too small to matter
When I feel insecure, I notice I deflect and question compliments that come my way. In contrast, when I focus on confidence, not only am I able to genuinely compliment myself, I also can recognize and accept compliments coming at me during daily life. I challenge you to start noticing compliments and to write them down. It's just the confidence boost we could all use!!
Confidence is like a perfectly choreographed dance. After you've practiced it enough, confidence appears effortless. In the early stages, you count every beat and repeat over and over so you don't miss a step. To some it comes more naturally than to other, but to all, it is a skill that can be practiced enough to master it.
Pornography is a very well funded industry. It isn't going away anytime soon! Speaking openly about pornography is the only way to stop the lying, hiding and shame that inevitably accompany a pornography addiction. Join me on this podcast to learn the tools you need to help break this cycle of addiction.
When I was a child, I dreamed of being a princess and being part of the royal family. The day Lady Diana died was tragic for me! The part I was missing for so many years is that I AM ROYALTY!! Not only was I already royalty, every one of us is part of the Royal Kingdom of God. Join me on this podcast to discover: How does knowing we are royalty change the way we view the world ourselves? AND How does it change the way we parent?
Suddenly, many of us find ourselves living a life we didn't necessarily plan. Regardless, it's our reality for now. In this episode with my daughter, Kayla, we talk about how to make the best of this unintentional situation. We also explore how to move beyond just enduring to the end of this pandemic and actually have fun with it!
Recognizing he was gay was not something Tyler expected nor had any idea how to navigate. Hence, many dark years followed as he attempted to forge his own path through life. With the perspective of experience, Tyler shares valuable experiences with us to help us be prepared and know what to say and what not to say. This conversation is valuable for teens who feel same sex attraction as well as their parents.
My brother-in-law shares his story of how he healed from his leg amputation from the inside out. The reflective questions he asked to aide in his physical and spiritual healing benefit us all (1) How can I lighten the burdens of others? (2) What can I do to make my situation better? and (3) Who do I want to be?