Tag Archives: Courageous Confidence

The Anger I’m Avoiding

The Anger I’m Avoiding I have an assignment from the leader of my support group to write an Angry Letter. I’m supposed to be putting my feelings on paper and expressing how I feel about the person I’m angry with so I can release it. It’s an assignment I’ve often given to my own clients here at BBCC. I’ve been avoiding it for a while now. Why? Because I don’t […]

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My Rejection Story

My Rejection Story  I was a little girl the first time I heard the Enemy whisper lies about my identity that caused confusion and heartache for decades. This is my story…  As a small child, my identity began to wrap around other people’s approval and what they thought of me. I strived to earn the labels I knew would cause approval like: “Good Girl,” “Obedient,” and “Talented.” And fought against […]

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7 Truth Statements® to Help you Be Courageous in 2018

7 Truth Statements® to Help you Be Courageous in 2018 Truth Statements® are a coaching concept we developed to help build your faith, overcome fear and doubt, and boost your confidence. It is the art of personalizing God’s Word and speaking it over your life (very similar to a mantra!) to help you be brave in the midst of difficult circumstances. Courageous: [adjective] possessing or characterized by courage; brave: Courage: [noun] the quality of mind or […]

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An Open Letter to the Woman I Used to be

To the woman I used to be just over a decade ago… You’ve come a long way in eleven years. Back then, at the tender age of 25, the future felt fresh. New. You were confident and upbeat. But it was only a surface confidence that was frail and rooted in sandy soil. You thought your life story was all about one thing: overcoming an illness. You took pride in […]

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