After being a full-time mom for 30+ years, I now have a full-time job that pays me in dollars. With this change I’m finding that it’s difficult to navigate the changing roles at home with my husband.
Christ can increase your capacity to do good, He can heal hearts, He can ease pain, He can cause the troubled mind to rest, He can do so many things for us if we will allow Him to.
We often fear that there is an invisible number of chances we have to try again in our family relationships. Have you ever wondered if you’re getting close to maxing out? Listen in to today’s episode as we bust this myth and replace it with truth that will help you build relationships at home.
Keeping score about who has done a better job at maintaining the friendship wastes your time and energy. Friendship isn’t a contest and keeping score is pointless.
If you’ve ever wondered about why building a relationship matters and how it fits with holding kids accountable and creating responsible adults, you are not alone. I get this question all the time!
Earlier this year I realized I would be 40-years old this August. I thought if I was going to have another child I would need to do it pretty soon. The question arose from my mind…Should I have another child?
When someone dumps verbal or emotional garbage on you no one comes out clean, but there is one way to come out ahead…
I’m not sure how long I stayed there. I’m pretty sure people were yelling at me to get up. It felt like hours but was probably only a minute or two. Suddenly, there were hands on my arms, lifting me up, and a kind voice saying, “Trish, you’re okay, go ahead and finish, you’re almost there.”
My husband and I recently returned from our first vacation, just the two of us, for FUN, since we became parents.
And something amazing happened.
We didn’t miss our kids.
When I think about my best friend, I know that’s a relationship…not a job.
When I think about my significant other, I know that’s a relationship…not a job.
So is motherhood a job? No. It’s a relationship!!!!