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Conflict Resolution

It is important to keep taking personal inventory. Not just of myself, but also of other people in relation to me. It helps me to stop for a moment and to think about my own feelings and thoughts on relationships. 457 more words

Predators And Prey

Emotional emptiness

There is a litmus test for indicating what our primary concern is, and it tattles on me every time I get the hollow feeling in me that I have now. 378 more words

Recovery

4 doesn't equal 8 and certainly not 9

It should be simple math isn’t it, and I am good at math. so I am working on my step 4 as I mentioned on my last blog and I am making some progress. 304 more words

SLAA

Without Him I Can Do Nothing

Last night while I was trying to sleep after a day filled with failures and character defects in full bloom, it occurred to me that maybe my Tenth Step work needs some help. 453 more words

Recovery

Doing a Personal Inventory - Who are you hurting by not making a change?

A few years ago I posted a blog correlating my healing process with a 12 step program similar to the 12 steps for Alcoholics Anonymous. I received quite a few positive responses at the time about how it helped others to have this simple direction that has proven successful for over 80 years. 1,086 more words

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Say What You Mean

“Say what you mean, but don’t say it mean” ~Unknown.

I have a better idea… if what I have to say could be mean, then I should change what I mean. 83 more words

It's Time to Take Inventory

But don’t just listen to God’s Word. You must do what it says. Otherwise, you are only fooling yourselves. James 1:22 NLT

It is so easy to be fooled when it comes to practicing God’s Word.

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