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Grief: Heads Up, Hands Off

Grief: Heads Up, Hands Off

Grief doesn’t come with a handbook. There are guidelines, of course — clinical scales that help determine phases of denial, anger, acceptance, and a few others. And while a useful tool, serving in some ways as an emotional mile marker, these scales follow anything but a linear order. Grief invokes chaos, shuffling these “steps” and

Divine Disruption: God has spoken and He does not stutter.

I believe the global predicament with COVID-19 is far more than just a medical crisis. In fact, everything we are facing — economic crises, political crises, financial crises, familial crises — goes much deeper than what’s on the surface. Everything visible and physical is preceded by that which is invisible and spiritual. If you want

When You Finally Lose It Over Clutter and Chaos

That Moment When You Know Your Clutter and Chaos Have Taken Over Your Life In my defense, it took ten days. Ten days of jet lag and chaos, ten days of trying to juggle being a nurse and a mom and a boss and a friend.  Ten days of struggling to catch up and keep

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