Every loss is felt distinctly. Each person we lose in our lives affects us differently. Every grief is experienced in a unique way. To compare and judge one person’s pain against another’s is unfair. That being said, losing my husband has been by far the most difficult loss I’ve ever experienced. Am still experiencing on a daily basis. And from everything I’ve learned over these past months, will likely continue to experience for the rest of my life.
My husband was there for me through nearly all the losses I’ve suffered. Through the years he has comforted me when I lost my father, we’ve been there for each other through the losses of uncles and aunts and cousins and more, together we mourned the passing of three grandmothers and a grandfather, and I was there for him when his brother died.
We have encountered many changes – the loss of…
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God has this! Don’t let it those who block you or treat you badly get to you. Don’t even post about it on social media. Be the bigger person, and just let it go. They will be judged by One who is most high in the end. That is how I look at life, and these situations. That person(s) isn’t/aren’t worth it. God is all over this! It can hurt but give yourself to God. Let Him take care of what you have no control over, for He is in control.
After a severe storm in 1993 the tops of a number of structures were exposed at Camas Bostadh (Bosta Beach) on the Isle of Great Bernera in the Outer Hebrides. Excavation of the site in 1996 proved that these structures dated from the Iron Age to Norse times… [click to read more]
If you believe it will happen!
Each person is unique, and has fought their own battles. Give the battle up to God, don’t let anyone tell you that you aren’t worth it, because you ARE worth it! Don’t wait until you’re in your fifties (like me) to realize this!
Let your better person shine forth glorifying God!
Time ~ If you path today doesn’t feel right to you, there is always time to change it, and forage a new path!
In publishing rules are just guidelines. We give you these guidelines to help you (believe it or not). We’re not trying to make your life harder; we are trying to show you how to succeed. These guidelines are what you should generally follow, but there are times you can break the rules.
A great skill for a writer to have is to know which you can bend and adapt, and which needs must be met. Read on…
4 RULES YOU CAN BREAK
- Anything that is contradicted by multiple people at top levels – Have your go-to sources (Writer’s Digest, ME!, KidLit411, Debutante Ball, Writers in the Storm, Pub Crawl Blog, Query Shark, Jane Friedman, Girl Friday Productions, Susan Spann etc) and trust those who have years of industry experience at the top levels–we all agree on the important things. However, there will be things we don’t agree on. Therefore, trust your…
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