At 27, Elizabeth Bowerman walked away from her family and a religion that taught absolute, unquestioning allegiance to authority figures. Her parents may shun her now, but at least she’s no longer captive, she says.[Read more…] about Shunned, But No Longer Captive
Feeling sorry for yourself? Maybe you should talk with author Diana Mood. She’s gone eyeball-to-eyeball with dragons of every stripe over her 70-plus years on planet Earth.[Read more…] about Feeling Sorry for Yourself?
Do you know the real you?
At one point, Linda Goldfarb, a well-known speaker, book narrator, coach, actress, author, and podcaster, didn’t know the real Linda.[Read more…] about Do You Know the Real You?
Esme Schmidt is among the fortunate. And she knows it. Had it not been for her adoptive parents, where would she be now? In jail and drug-addicted like her biological mother? Involved in toxic relationships? Chronically depressed? Suicidal?
No.[Read more…] about Among the Fortunate: Overcoming Foster Abuse
Stephen and Kerry Neander have weathered hurricane-force storms in their lives, but the tempests haven’t submerged them. Their trials have transformed and challenged them. Living beyond the limits has become their mission in life.[Read more…] about Trials Didn’t Stop Them: Living Beyond the Limits
For Tammy Horvath, forgiving her son’s killer was easier than forgiving herself.[Read more…] about Forgiving Her Son’s Killer…And Herself