Category Growing spiritually

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How to Find Joy in Nature

I’m not a great outdoors person but I do enjoy time away from the cares of the day-to-day worries. And I’m always glad that I did when I get outside and enjoy nature.

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A Quick Spot-“Do the Work”

It is important that you not only commit to your spiritual life and growth.

Gail recording at radio station

Spiritual Growth-a Quick Spot

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Be Teachable-Quick Spot

A Radio Spot

ABCs of Wisdom A-AlAnon 12 Step Program

So much of my life is influenced by what I’ve learned from the 12-step program of AlAnon Family Groups.

Let Guidance Come from Spirit

As a Life Coach, my aim is to guide – not dictate. I point you to your choices on the path ahead. I am not a Spiritual Director. I can only give you bits of guidance for your situation.

How to Take Bad News

True transformation increases your tranquility

Have you been rejected?

Are You Accepted/Rejected? We hold a status in society – married or divorced, stay-at-home mom or working mom, white collar or blue collar, successful or on welfare, home owner or homeless, physically fit or disabled, black or white. If you’ve ever changed from one status to another you may know the sting of judgment that […]

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True Love Needs Space

Even when I first married I had a sense that I would lose myself in marriage, especially that marriage. And I did. That happens when a Popular Sanguine people pleaser marries a Powerful Choleric with a strong and condescending nature.

Healthy emotional individuals are comfortable with their separateness. They don’t lose themselves in a relationship. They allow the other person to be a separate individual. There is no jealousy or possessiveness.

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Spiritual Health is Birthed in Your Dungeon

Entering your Castle is “embarking on a life’s journey that will transform you and your relationship with God and the world.” This is serious spiritual work. You’ve likely asked yourself, “What is my purpose for being here? or “What am I meant to do? I know I have.