Posts Tagged “trusting yourself”

Removing the walls around my heart

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Removing the walls around my heart

I am working on opening my heart. Looking back on my childhood years, I can see how I protected my heart by building walls around it. It seems the more I was abused, the thicker the walls got.…

Do you hide from your beliefs?

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Do you hide from your beliefs?




In these past months I have been working on hiding. It is so easy to get trapped in our everyday lives and our everyday thinking about our lives. Our habits can capture months, years, even lifetimes.…

Leaving My Pretend World

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Leaving My Pretend World




God's giftsIt never ceases to amaze me how life can show you gratitude if you let it. Actually, how God will show you new ways to live your life if you are open to His gifts and receiving.…

The direction of conversations

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The direction of conversations




I am at a pivotable place in my life and career. I have trained myself to stay isolated only sharing what I thought was worthy of being heard. As I am reaching out, building trust in myself and those I decide to put my faith in, I am experiencing feelings that are unfamiliar to me.…

Do you know who you are?

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Do you know who you are?




I hope it is a true statement to say some people recover from their child abuse trauma. I hope it can be said that some survivors of child abuse can put it behind them, forever.…

Why are you hiding?

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Why are you hiding?




Several years ago I ran into a heart surgeon at a networking event. In the normal fashion, as we exchanged our businesses, I told him my business was talking about the effects of child abuse on the adult survivors.…

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