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Latest Activity: Nov 22, 2013
Started by Neasha Clarke. Last reply by Emiliana Martín Mar 11, 2013.
What would be your definition of the term "New Beginnings?"Continue
Well, life got in the way but I'm still posting on 30 days of forgiveness. Of course, I've figured out it's 30 days that won't be in a row. Gotta cut myself some slack.This has been a very difficult series and I am just now scratching the surface in exploring what it means to forgive so I can heal well.
Peer review and feedback means so much to me so comment away. Nevertheless, here are the links.:
Day One: Pushing past the pain, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness1/Day Two: Stop feeling anger, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness2/Day Three: Stop requirement payment, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness3/Day Four: Give up resentment, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness4/Day Five: Grant a pardon, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/day-five-grant-a-pardon/Day Six: Release, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgivness6/Day Seven: Yield, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness7/Day Eight: Sacrifice, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness8/Day Nine: Ascribe, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness9/Day 10: Surrender, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness10/Day 11: No blame, no shame, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/day-11-no-blame-no-shame/Day 12: Awareness, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness12/Day 13: Acceptance, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness13/Day 14: Action, http://boricuaconfidential.com/go/forgiveness14/
I'm back! I'm kicking things off on my newly redesigned WordPress blog with a 30-day series on forgiveness. Big developments have happened over the last several months and I just can't keep it to myself any longer. http://tinyurl.com/Forgive1 Look forward to your feedback. Thanks in advance!
My entry Booth.docx here, is an inspirational piece for those right at the beginning of their single mothering journey AND a pat-on-the-back for those who've been at it for years on end.
Just finished a three-part series on trials, testing, joys, sorrows
Part one: When Gethsemane strikes
Part two: It's always darkest before the dawn
Part three: Joy comes in the mourning
Suicide: Breaking Through
Today marks the seventh anniversary of my husband's funeral AND my cousin's suicide. I've learned the reason for suicide began long before my first attempt and, as it turns out, also is true for my cousin.
New blog post: http://su.pr/2q1yeK
I spent 6 years crocheting a beautiful blanket after my second suicide attempt and learned what love is.http://su.pr/2xk5CS
Suicide note: Check. Pills: Check. Goodbye cruel world.
This is part two of my three-part series on suicide. This time we visit my second attempt and how deep into the abyss I had fallen before getting back up.New blog post: http://su.pr/1JM60g
Today is my son's 14th birthday. It is also my husband's 7th birthday ... in Heaven. Today I honor my late husband and talk about the day Edd's music died.New blog post: http://su.pr/2ty1OM
I've just completed a 4-part series on my firstborn who was a micro preemie born at 24 weeks in honor of Worldwide Prematurity Day, Nov. 17, 2012. Join me on this journey that celebrates life and the human spirit. I truly welcome your feedback. Also, help me get the word out by sharing this with your social networks. Blessings.
NEW BLOG POSTS
Part One, Ready or not here she comes, http://ow.ly/fepAC
Part Two, The rough road to discharge, http://ow.ly/fgoTw
Part Three, Finally home: Let the nightmare begin, http://ow.ly/fgoTw
Part Four, Water on the brain, RSV, happily ever after, http://ow.ly/fkld1
Lunch with a friend with a side of Hope delivered right on time. I also pledge much shorter blog posts from now on.
My latest blog post: http://ow.ly/ecgoq
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