Tag: women

Depression and Covid -19

I suffer from depression due to serotonin deficiency. I am monitored by my doctor and treated with a prescription med and in full transparency, this pandemic of coronavirus has not been kind to my mental state. Anxiety is not something I struggle with, but I’m sure for those who do

Spring’s 2020 Stunningly Strong Woman: Sarah Bush

Spring 2020 March/April/May I’m excited about the Spring’s Stunningly Strong woman, Sarah Bush. Her story resonated with me on so many different levels. When we were talking I felt like we had both uttered the same exact words throughout the course of our lives and if you are a woman

Damage Free

Have you ever ordered something online or bought something at the store, only to discover it’s damaged once you have left the establishment or opened the package? It’s frustrating and I am the type of person who hates retuning things so I will debate for hours, days, and weeks about

Half-Time Blame Game

I was really discouraged and even felt defeated Sunday night after the Half-Time show. I couldn’t fully put my finger on the pressure point of discomfort so I tried to hash it out on Facebook. Which just flooded my feed with so many opinions that the proverbial line in the

Better Than Average Mom

Motherhood is hard. Mary, the mother of Jesus, the one that God entrusted to raise the SAVIOR of the world, LOST HIM FOR THREE DAYS. If social media had existed back then, her mess up would have been one of the most debated topics on Facebook, dividing sides and splitting

Forget the Glass Celling. Shatter the Walls

It was a beautiful day and I ended up at the park with our youngest daughter. She ran to the swings and triumphantly jumped onto the empty seat. As she got going, after a push from me, she would pump her legs then stick them straight out, using the muscles

April’s Stunningly Strong Woman: Val

I met Val in May of 1997 and I knew we would be fast friends, not just because she was my future sister-in-law, but because her sharp whit and sarcastic humor was my love language. At first impression you might think that she was maybe stand-offish but really she was

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