Category dealing with life as single parent

Gail recording at radio station

A Quick Spot-Don’t Blame God

It’s a cop-out to blame God. Consider your choices. Look at your part in the circumstances of your life. Of course, you can’t control everything. You can, however, control your attitude and you make decisions that you must live with.

How Ben Carson’s Mother Changed His Life

A mother’s influence is significant. Ben Carson is one example. 

Calder Baptist Church

Why Church is Important

I do want to encourage you to participate in a church community for several reasons.

How Life Coaching Guides

Our primary purpose in Coaching sessions is to equip you with goals and help you to carry them through.

How to Protect Your Home

After raising three children who are now in their forties, I can honestly say it is even more important to protect your home, as in your family.

Transitions Into 2019

With Transitions Comes New Life “Each transition begins with an ending. Change mean letting go of the old before we are able to embrace the new.” -William Bridges read more Talking with women about handling the transitions in their lives is one thing – at my ripe age – I can do to help. Over […]

Women thinking positively

Success

You can use any measure

When you’re speaking of success.

Are You Angry Enough?

Today I can get angry when I hear of a child’s father not supplying school clothes, winter coats or shoes and yet he manages to have a boat and fishing trips and somehow evades the Attorney General’s decree to pay child support. This makes me angry.

The Road Less Traveled book cover

4Guiding Points from The Road Less Traveled

In the first section Peck addresses “discipline.” He states, “Discipline is the basic set of tools we require to solve life’s problems.” He encourages us to:

Delay gratification
Accept responsibility
Be dedicated to truth
Prioritize different requirements in our lives.

young woman crying

What Made Me So Hurt, Angry, and Vulnerable?

Are Your Vulnerable?    The summer had been too eventful. I felt like I was on the verge of cracking like thin ice. First Damon, my nine-year-old’s appendix ruptured and he came near to death. I never left his side. After complications he recovered more quickly than I did-emotionally. Soon after he could travel my […]