My Road to Receiving “Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.” James 1:17 “Well what do you think, little lady?” our friend Jeff asked as he dusted off his hands and prepared to hopContinue reading “My Road to Receiving”
The third “Man’s Perspective” article I am writing in regards to romance and marriage is from a friend of mine named Joel. Joel McCubbin and his wife Vickie have been married for nearly 50 years and they have a lot of wisdom and insight which I feel will encourage a very broad base of myContinue reading “A Man’s Perspective – Caregiving During a Temporary Disability”
A Man’s View – Marriage Intercepted by Disability This next couple that I am interviewing for this series is a couple that have been married for over 56 years. They have seen it all and remained in love in a way that sets precedent for younger couples. My husband and I have looked up toContinue reading “A Man’s View – Marriage Intercepted by Disability”
After posting my article titled “Romance Based on (Dis)Ability” I had a few requests to hear about romance from a man’s perspective. This week I am going to publish my husband’s Q&A.
Now that I am married I want to explore some of the ways that romance is different with a disability.
My Kind of Love I have noticed over the past five years of marriage that a lot of people give my husband credit for putting up with a wife that has a disability. There is always an undertone when people speak of my marriage. They say things like, “He really is a good man toContinue reading “My Kind of Love”
Attitude of Lack – Removing the Belief System Our words have power and our beliefs have power over our lives. The bible is clear about this: “The tongue has the power of life and death…” Proverbs 18:21 and “For as he thinks in his heart, so he is.” Proverbs 23:7 Recently someone prayed over myContinue reading “Attitude of Lack – Removing the Belief System”
It is my desire today to write about chaos. Chaos is all around us and affects us in so many ways. For several years I heard from a therapist, “I don’t do chaos” and one day I finally asked her what this meant. It makes sense that we try to stay away from drama andContinue reading “Chaos Free Circles – Operating from a place of peace”