Written by Terri Cole “How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.” – Wayne Dyer I think everyone has a slightly different idea about what karma means. There are phrases like, “Karma is a bitch,” which to me implies wishing bad things on “bad” people because you believe they have it
Written by Lisa Rankin Back in my twenties, I spent a lot of time writing in my journal, usually about boys. Then I had an epiphany. I realized that the quality of my relationships with men were inversely related to the amount of time I spent writing in my journal. If the relationship was healthy,
Written by Lockey Maisonneuve If you gave a meth-head a bicycle, what do you think will happen? The question I asked my friend after he shared a story about giving his friend (who happened to be a meth head) a bicycle with the expectation that the meth head would use the bicycle as an inspiration
Written by Hayley Hobson Have I lived up to what I thought my life was going to be like when I was little? Have you?? When we were kids, being a grown up was the coolest thing to be. We wanted to be the boss, stay up late, eat whatever we wanted, drive a car.
Written by Ami Burns Chances are you know — or may be even be — a single mom by circumstance. Whether due to the breakup of a marriage or serious relationship, death of a partner or an unplanned pregnancy, many women find themselves parenting alone. Still, there are women who choose to become single
This is my Celtic Love Knot Tattoo which signifies my everlasting love for my children, the everlasting love of Christ and my faith in that love which has no beginning and no end. Also known as The Trinity Knot. Like all Celtic knots the triquetra is constructed of one continuous line interweaving around itself symbolizing
Relapse Written by Minny Frank I woke up this morning reaching for a glass of gin To wash away the guilt, the wrongs, the unbearable sin But it was gone I lay in bed wanting to feel, wanting to cry To relive the pain in each and every goodbye But it was gone