Category Archives: Communication

It’s Okay To Say No Without Feeling Guilty

One of the most difficult things for women to do is to say, no. We have been socialized, taught, and trained to always think about others needs. It has been drilled in us since childhood, to be polite, don’t be … Continue reading

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Attitude Check!

I have found that attitude is everything. It affects the way I perceive things, my experiences, and my engagement or lack thereof. If I have a negative pessimistic attitude towards something, then I am less prone to want to perform … Continue reading

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Where Have Our Creative Minds Gone?

I sat in my bedroom and watched an episode of a popular TV show called “Shark Tank.” It showed an 11 year-old child who’d created a business selling dog treats. I thought to myself “wow how creative of him.” It was … Continue reading

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Being Grateful

As I sit here and watch my family open up their Christmas gifts, I am grateful. I am grateful to have such a loving family. I am thankful for all of the many blessings God has bestowed upon me and … Continue reading

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Stay in Your Lane

This past Sunday my pastor delivered a very powerful message. A key thing that I took from his message was to “walk in your specialized field.” As children of God we are considered special to him and he wants us … Continue reading

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Words Can Hurt

   “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” This childhood saying can’t be further from the truth. I can remember saying those words often enough and actually believing that it made what the other person said irrelevant. … Continue reading

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