In the current environment I'm fighting like Rizpah to keep the scavengers from tearing away at my sons-- their dignity, honor, self-esteem, self-image, and life itself. I have to watch police, politicians, teachers, coaches, store clerks, and strangers who might consider skittles to be dangerous. Every night I fall into bed, I thank God that my sons are alive and pray they live another day. It's a real, not at all irrational, fear of this Black mother.
Psychology Today suggests that we make about two thousand decisions an hour. Can you imagine if you prayed over every decision during the day. Your prayer life would be Ah-mazing...and you could blame God for any mistakes along the way. Woot! The reality is that we don't pray about each one of those two thousand… Continue reading Two Tips for Two Thousand Decisions
Life Coach Kamryn Adams struggles with the public and private perceptions of who she is.
Setting a goal because you "should" instead of focusing on what you "will" is why the train goes off the rails, spiraling you into an endless cycle of fixing life rather than living it.