Category Gail Cawley Showalter
Loving the Growth Chapter 10 in Living Learning Loving by Gail Cawley Showalter Have you ever had growing pains. I recall when I was a child and my legs would ache my parents would say, “You’re just having growing pains.” Little did I know then that I’d have growing pains later in life too, even […]
Your spiritual life and your physical life may be in conflict as mine was. I think that the goal of spiritual growth is to bring them into complete coordination with each other. Freedom comes to life when you are authentic in all ways.
I’ve spent a great deal of my adult like (lots of years) thinking about how I think. Why do I always gravitate to the negative? Why do I continually struggle with judgmental reactions to others?
Life isn’t easy for women who think they must fit a mold whether it is because of religion or family dynamics.
Maintaining Your Car Having a reliable automobile is not optional, at least not in southeast Texas. And most of us, women that is, do not know very much about how to maintain our vehicles. So I asked my husband, Sam, to create a checklist and this is what he came up with. It is more […]
Testimony “I met Gail at a pivotal time in my life. I was a newly divorced single mom of 2 boys and when I heard her speak at a ladies conference, I identified with her immediately. We began a friendship that has turned out to be one of the most significant relationships in my life. […]
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 I can do to help. As a Life Coach with years and […]
I read and study to be a better Life Coach for women. Richard Rohr’s books have helped me in so many ways to be a better coach.
As a Life Coach I always address boundary setting because I’ve seen how weak or no boundaries affect women and their relationships.
Intro to online course “Are Your Boundaries Protecting You?”