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Family-goals, Focus, Kids and Mom, Leadership, Single Parent, Teens and Moms, Vision, Writing / July 15, 2017

The 3 – 2 – More Project

A project for the working family that wants to do more to get involved in their child academic pursuit by planning and using the power of the school community: the parent does 3 new things in the upcoming school year and the child does 2 new things.This is for you if:• You work nine to five or more hours?• Are tired by the time you get home and feel like doing nothing.•You’ve heard that “Advanced Placement and Gifted and Talented” classes will be too challenging for your child.• You want to do more to help your child…

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Dreams, Enlightenment, Relationships, Taking a Stand, Teens and Moms, Vision, Writing / June 30, 2017

Why We Stay in Bad Relationships

why we stay We believe we truly love our abuser and they love us too and something went wrong to change them. We believe that something or someone is responsible for their current predicament, that it’s a spiritual battle not physical, a type of demonic possession of sorts. You see yourself as the hero that will win, by rescuing this person. We think no one will believe us when we tell them what they’ve done to us. We don’t know what a good relationship looks like. Why don’t we see what everyone else sees, are…

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Dreams, Love Life, Religion, Teens and Moms, Writing / June 22, 2017

Did I Give it My best Shot in Light of Eternity

Grace is what makes us smile in spite of life challenges like; job loss, foreclosure, unpaid bills, addictions, unmet desires by a spouse, work, lust, love, separation, divorce, prayerlessness, powerlessness, people disappointing us, us disappointing people, unruly teens, bad parents, bad spouses, bad child to a parent.Sure we want to give up but we mustn’t; our strength, our help, comes from God and from the people we meet who are a help to us.Once every blue-moon someone will ask me how I do it.I’m not sure how I do, did or continuing doing. Can…

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Ignite Passion, Writing / April 11, 2017

Writing as A Dyslexic

 For me the best and funny part about “Writing” before I knew I was terrible at grammar was that, by the time I realized I was crappy I was already too far gone to stop.We are in it together, the struggle of a dyslexic is the basic things that you take for granted; left/right, horizontal vertical, rows/columns. I struggle with directional words like; where/were, their/there, its/it’s etc and knowing when to put in commas, hyphens, period, b/d, lower case and uppercase and so many other things that are easy for everybody…

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