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 “Sarah, he said he really thought things were going to improve for us- that he knew God was going to change our circumstance for the better.” My husband was turned towards me in the kitchen…



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How to Spot Unsafe People When You Have a Chronic Illness

How to Spot Unsafe People When You Have a Chronic Illness

This post contains affiliates. "Chronic illness wouldn't be as terrible as it is if it were just the illness we were dealing with." I'm not sure who said this statement, but it's a fairly accurate statement. There isn't an area where chronic illness doesn't touch. It...

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How to Replace Family Dysfunction with a Biblical Worldview

How to Replace Family Dysfunction with a Biblical Worldview

This post contains affiliates.  We've already talked about the basics of the family roles in dysfunctional families here and delved deeper into how these roles influenced life with chronic illness here. Now, we're delving into the problem-solving portion from a...

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How Family Dysfunction Impacts Your Chronic Illness pt. 1

How Family Dysfunction Impacts Your Chronic Illness pt. 1

I really debated about whether or not to write this for some time, but what I came down to is this: the area of family is a very raw topic amongst the chronically ill community, and sometimes, it becomes more of a thorn to the chronically ill than the illness itself. ...

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Hope for When “This too Shall Pass” Never Comes

Hope for When “This too Shall Pass” Never Comes

"Sarah, he said he really thought things were going to improve for us- that he knew God was going to change our circumstance for the better." My husband was turned towards me in the kitchen three years ago with those words that he was repeating from a friend lending...

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The Church Hurts Itself By Majoring on the Minors

The Church Hurts Itself By Majoring on the Minors

I regularly write on the topic of the Mommy Wars and the damage they are doing to the church in our day. One of the ways in which the onslaught of the Mommy Wars is wreaking havoc is by causing us to major on the minors, or to harp on and focus our attention primarily...

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