Do you constantly find yourself too wrapped up in your flaws? If so, it could be getting in the way of living the life you dream of and COULD be loving if you’d stop putting yourself down and start embracing your flaws.
Dr. Tasha Wilson shares her experience with trauma, grief, and healing. Her chapter, “H.O.P.E. (He Optimizes Pain Effectively)” is found in “The Purpose In My Pain” compiled by Dr. Tamika Hall, released on February 3, 2022.
Robin M. Sample, MSW, shares a powerful reminder of how you can come through trauma and use you learn in your pain to help someone else avoid or overcome theirs. Her chapter, “Broken Crayons Still Color” is found in “The Purpose In My Pain” compiled by Dr. Tamika Hall, release on February 3, 2022.
Desha Henfield wrote a beautiful story of forgiveness and the power of words in “The Purpose In My Pain” compiled by Dr. Tamika Hall. Read about her chapter in the devotional anthology released February 3, 2022.
A poetry reading of the title poem from my 2020 book, “When I Stopped Remembering Tomorrow.”
This month, I am sharing summaries of some of the chapters within The Purpose In My Pain: A 28 Day Devotion Written by Women of Purpose. Today’s highlight is the Introduction and opening chapter by Dr. Tamika Hall.
This month, I’d like to introduce you to some authors, ministers, and business owners I have met over the past six months. They are part of a project we completed last month that I am excited to share with you. Let’s have fun this month getting to know some strong women!
I started reflecting upon what I’d say to my younger self. This post is the result.
An after I wrote based upon a poem from Amanda Baker.
Day 30 of a 30-day challenge! Can you believe we made it? How’s it feel? Let’s talk about where we go from here.