Life is never about the day to day challenges we face, but about how we deal with those challenges and use them to our advantage.
But then, if we can be open to God about our desires, can we also be open to God about our weaknesses, about our loneliness or about our depression?
Let’s discuss how we handle negative feedback. I looked into a research that shows that women take negative feedback more seriously than men. It got me thinking and I decided to put it into writing.
When you leave God, you’re still safe, you can always come back into His embrace. It is when He leaves you, that you’re doomed forever
I thought I would get pregnant. A million thoughts ran through my mind between the time I was raped and my next menstrual cycle. What if I got pregnant? How will I tell my parents who got me pregnant? Would my parents believe me? How will I nurture a child whose father I don’t know?
Does God really loves me?
Why then would He allow this to happen to me?
I couldn’t ask, because I wouldn’t know if it was proper to. I stood there for a while wondering. “Just take a sip, dear, and tell us what you think”. I was pulled back to reality by Pastor John’s voice. “OK sir!” I took a sip. I had barely swallowed the drink, when I started feeling dizzy. “What’s happening to me?”
I was born with a silver spoon, and I dined at the table of life with it until my early twenties. Life, until I saw its ugly side, was relatively easy for me. I was fortunate to have parents who planned well before they bring any offspring into the world. My parents loved me. My …
Girl, your happiness is in your hands, I broke myself down but I’m building myself back up now. Because I deserve to be happy. I deserve to be loved too. I want to be truly happy and smile from within, not the fake smile and laugh. I want to believe in myself that I can do it, that I’m truly amazing. Tell yourself, you’re beautiful.
A Father is a girl’s first representative of who a man is, how a man should treat a woman. Many a times, the relationship a girl has with her dad is what she transfers to her relationship with God and other men she meets as she grows older. My dad and I were never …