Sometimes life gets foggy.  For one reason or another stress piles up and it can become difficult to navigate or even find the path forward.  When that stress is a result of deep betrayal, especially when it has been repeated again and again, the fog is likely to gather all around our perceptions of ourselves.  Insecurity is almost inevitable.  It can become so very difficult to find truth when our thoughts are clouded by questions like: Who am I? Do I matter to anyone? What’s wrong with me? Am I worthless? Is there anything about me that’s likable? Am I ugly? Is there any purposeRead More →

We’re working our way through a really great book in our family devotions.  It’s called The Story of the Bible by Beverly Hubbard.  I highly recommend it.  Anyhow, tonight our reading covered the story of Joseph.  I’ve always been fascinated by Joseph’s story, but in recent years I feel like I’ve seen more and more each time I’ve read it that I just hadn’t ever noticed before. Isn’t that one of the most wonderful things about the Word of God?  It is alive!  I can spend the rest of my life reading the same stories over and over again and I will find something new,Read More →

Well, here we are.  My love and I are home after our “intensive” week of counseling.  It was a very long, exhausting week, but we learned a lot about ourselves and our relationship.  I will share much more in the weeks to come.  We are still processing much of the information, and we’re still finalizing our “treatment plans.” There is one thing I would like to go ahead and talk about that I had to face about myself this week: I am a control freak y’all! The Delusion It’s not like that was a giant revelation.  Of course, I already knew I had control issues. Read More →