Do you have a friend going through a season of caring for a loved one? You may feel helpless to know how to best support her. Sarah Forgrave shares ideas for how we can best serve a caregiver.
Do you get mad every time you go to pull something from a drawer? See red when you try to relax in the living room? Is your office where papers go to die? Put your flinging muscles to the test as you claim your house, office, and garage a clutter free zone. Kathi Lipp, founder of the Clutter Free Academy, has 7 Basics for Getting Started.
Recording artist JJ Heller hadn’t considered that the strange symptoms in her body could be explained in a diagnosis of panic disorder. Finally armed with an answer, she faced with the challenge of figuring out how to make the panic attacks stop. In today’s post, JJ offers four practical tips and tons of encouragement for those suffering with panic disorder and for those with loved ones who do.
“God never intended for us to die, to endure the severing trauma of losing each other, and I think, in some very actual way, these fragile human hearts physically break a little.” Rebecca Rene Jones share three gifts of grief with us that can fortify as we face empty chairs at the table this holiday season.
Meet Jody Hedlund, the bestselling author of seven novels, including Captured By Love, Rebellious Heart, and A Noble Groom, winner of the 2014 Carol Award and Inspy Award. Jody received a bachelor’s from Taylor University and a master’s from University of Wisconsin, both in social work. Currently she makes her home in Midland, Michigan, with her husband and five busy …