Hi guys, I hope you all had a great week. I thought I’d share some of my favorite posts that I’ve read this past week with all of you. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
Have a great weekend.
Hey guys! Welcome back. Have you ever thought you were walking blindly through life not really knowing where you are going? I have felt that many times. However, there are a few things that I have realized that have truly helped me and helped find myself.
Over the past few days of my soul work training I have come to realize that I always went out of my way to please others. If I liked or admired someone I would conform my surrounding and interests to match theirs. I had fears of abandonment and not feeling I was good enough. I would conform to please. What I didn’t know is my soul was growing dimmer and dimmer from it.
I am trying to overcome my Chump title and to divorce my husband of 37 years after his two affairs. He had me convinced this was my fault and he was broken and I didn’t respect him enough and so on. Seeing that I was not the first chump who got this story made me realize it was time to get gone.
Anyway, here is my current problem The guy lies. He lies about big things and he lies about small things but it is making the day-to-day planning of housekeeping items difficult.
In my last post, I blogged about how over praying is better than under praying. Now some of you might be asking, “I forgive all the time and still no changes”. The way we present ourselves to the Lord is key! We are not speaking about being overly dressing but being spiritually repented from anything we believe we handled incorrectly. The Lord knew that we were going to face hardship. He also knew that loving and forgiving was possible. He also knew that our worldly thoughts wouldn’t be able to process how, which is why He encourages us to give him our burdens.
Dating after divorce requires navigating a minefield littered with the emotional debris of your marriage. In such a potentially hostile and alien environment, differentiating between true threats and harmless anxieties can be challenging. Here are some clues to help you decide if your new relationship worries are normal…or something to be worried about .