Caregiver Guilt: Confessions of a Walking Glue Stick by Dr. Linda Cobourn

Caregiver Guilt: Confessions of a Walking Glue Stick By Dr. Linda Cobourn   “I’m rubber, you’re glue, whatever you say bounces off me and sticks to you.”   My father-in-law blamed me. It was unreasonable, hurled out of frustration while we stood in the trauma unit, waiting to see if my husband would survive. I was thirty miles away in a graduate class when the driver of the pick-up truck…

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Transforming for a Life Worth Living by Sue A. Fairchild

Transforming for a Life Worth Living By Sue A. Fairchild When I chose to quit my office job back in 2014, I thought it was simply because God wanted me to be a writer and an editor, not an insurance agent. I longed to read words all day long, not ponder over legal documents and settle claims. What I didn’t expect was how God would use the next several years…

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Surrender Story: Jean Ann Williams and Her Healing Book

Julie’s note: Jean Ann Williams is my guest blogger today sharing her surrender story.  I think you will be encouraged and inspired. I was! So many of my struggles with insecurity stem from my childhood when my mother began the decent into mental illness. As the eldest child and only ten years old, it fell to me to raise my six brothers and sisters. The youngest was a baby brother…

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