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As I was helping my Son and his wife look for their keys so they could bring my youngest grandchild to see her maternal grandfather, I came across a handwritten note. 410 more words


Who Am I?

We seek to know; this is a God-given desire. One thing we want to know is about ourselves. Why am I so much like my mother? 644 more words

The Healing Journey

Mom's Cooking

The Facebook post revealed a photo of blackberry cobbler just like Mom used to makeThat looks SO good! The ingredients suggested it would taste good, too. 441 more words

The Healing Journey

When Your Mother Believes in You

Having a child defines us for the rest of our lives…. Each mother-child relationship teaches us our limitations and our strengths. It changes us in constantly unfolding ways and entwines us in the unpredictable mystery of another life….

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Encouraging Each Other

Forgiving Yourself -- and Your Children

At a gas station many years ago, my preteen daughter ducked her head out of the car window and popped me a question.

“What would you say if I came home pregnant?” 696 more words

Challenges Of Motherhood

A Mother With Alzheimer's

“Can a mother forget … the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you!” (Isaiah 49:15, NIV).

I was in my thirties the day I was visiting my Grandma (pictured above as a young woman holding her firstborn twins). 651 more words

The Healing Journey

Mental Illness and Relationships

Suicide has touched us all in some way, even if it’s seeing the stories and feeling the sadness of a celebrity suicide such as Robin Williams’. 304 more words

The Healing Journey