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Christmas, Forgiveness, health, Life, Love, Relationships

Heart Of The Matter

As this year begins to come to a close, I’m focusing on forgiveness, my word of the year.  I try to pick a new word each year to focus on, to give me strength, to remind myself of God’s unfailing love, and the love others have for me.   This year and the year before… Continue reading Heart Of The Matter

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health, wellness

To Rid the Disease

For anyone that isn’t aware, PCOS is an acronym for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.  According to womenshealth.gov, PCOS is categorized by irregular menstrual cycle, too much hair on the face, chin, or parts of the body where men usually have hair, acne on the face, chest, and upper back, thinning hair or hair loss on the… Continue reading To Rid the Disease

Life, Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Fee Fi Fo

I shared my story last week, and I pray that it helped someone conquer their own nightmares.  Having something happen as an adult is terrible, but few things in this world are worse than being molested as a child.  I have several friends with stories similar to mine, and one of them allowed me to… Continue reading Fee Fi Fo

Life, Love, Relationships, Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Fight or Flight

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  I figured that was as good a time as any to share my story.  Maybe someone will find strength and courage in it. ¡¡Trigger warning!! I will start my story after the cross line.  The next cross line is where the trigger warning ends. Note: As I wrote… Continue reading Fight or Flight

food, eating disorders, health, wellness

Eat It

I’ve been obsessed with my body and weight from a young age.  I started dieting around 11 years old.  I tried it all, slim fast, weight watchers, Atkins, diet pills, water pills.  Name it and I’ve probably tried it.  I’ve talked about my eating disorder before.  That has it’s own challenges with eating healthy.  I’ve… Continue reading Eat It

health, Life, wellness

What It Feels Like For A Girl

Endometriosis is a health concern for many women.  Over 200,000 cases occur each year, and for many women, it’s a lifelong battle.  Endometriosis is when the tissue inside the uterus, the endometrium, grows outside the uterus.  Most of the time endometriosis involves the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining the pelvis.  It can spread… Continue reading What It Feels Like For A Girl