Tag Archives: Grief and Loss

The Scars of Domestic Violence You Can’t See

The Scars of Domestic Violence That You Can’t See By, Raychel Chumley Last week I wrote a blog post called, “5 Things Every Woman Should Know about Domestic Abuse” in honor of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We had some amazing feedback on this article, and we are so proud of you all for sharing and liking this important blog post. You have no idea whose life you might […]

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The Anger I’ve Been Working Through…

The Anger I’ve Been Working Through… By: Mandy B. Anderson I’m not an angry person. By nature, I am upbeat and optimistic – sometimes a little too serious, driven, and uptight – but not angry. So, this is brand new territory for me because over the summer there has been some anger that I’ve been working through. It’s been an eye-opening experience; one in which God and I have had […]

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Toxic Marriages, Unfaithful Spouses, and the Women Who Love Them… My Thoughts on Lysa Terkeurst’s Divorce Announcement

Toxic Marriages, Unfaithful Husbands, and the Women Who Love Them… My thoughts on Lysa Terkeurst’s divorce announcement By: Raychel Chumley  “Imagine with me a young mother sitting on the 3rd step of a gorgeous open staircase. She is sitting on the steps of the first home. Their 6 month old baby girl is fast asleep in the room beside her. Her red bag packed with essentials for her and the […]

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The Picasso Stage of Grief

The Picasso Stage of Grief By: Mandy B. Anderson   “Girls…I am now entering the Picasso stage of grief. Turning an old purple frame into a blue one.” I sent this text message to my besties at 10:33 pm on a pivotal Tuesday night. While staring at the decorations on my bedroom wall, I realized something. I hated the purple color of one of the frames. Never mind the fact […]

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