Category Archives: Emotional Sense

Refusing to Resolute

A New Year’s resolution is something that goes in one Year and out the other. A 2007 study involving 3,000 people showed that 88% of those who set New Year’s Resolutions fail.  This statistic was more or less the norm … Continue reading

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Decompress the Stress

When stressed we tend to use food to unwind and decompress.  We need to think beyond our automatic response to eat.  Instead, we can choose to relax in a positive, pleasurable and healthy non-food way.        Try one of … Continue reading

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Sticky Lies

“Your word is truth.”  John 17:17 Imagine wearing clothes of Velcro.  The part with the tiny hooks.  The part that attracts anything with the propensity to stick to it.  Now imagine Satan with a big wad of the stuff that … Continue reading

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Just Breathe

Sometimes I forget to breathe.  Like last night, while I sat on the edge of my seat, watching election results come in.  Good thing God designed breathing as an involuntary body function.  Like when your automatic transmission is in ‘drive’ and it … Continue reading

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Patience Can Wait

Apparently it’s been an arduous journey getting from the house to the car most school mornings.  I’d say, “We’re leaving now.”  Pause.  “We’re getting in the car now.”  Pause, pause.  It could be a measly three minutes, but my Minor … Continue reading

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