Do you feel discouraged, deceived, or depressed?

Do you worry that you’ll never overcome the challenges and heartaches in your life?

Do you struggle to forgive yourself and those who hurt you?

I understand. I experienced those same feelings and struggles. However, I moved from broken to beautiful, and you can too. Through my blog, the free resources, and my future podcast, my goal is to help you move from broken to beautiful.


Practical examples and suggestions to help you move from the heartache of grief to the beauty of comfort, peace, and purpose in your new normal.

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Practical steps and encouragement to help you move from pain, brokenness and defeat to peace, joy, and freedom.



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 Practical lessons to help you leave destructive patterns of thought and behavior to move forward in your life.



Can You Learn Lessons While Homebound During Sickness?

Learn lessons? Can you learn lessons while homebound during sickness? Yes. When I stopped my fight against sickness, I learned three lessons. Although I had learned them in the past, a recent illness refreshed my memory. The first lesson you can learn while homebound during sickness is to feel comfortable asking for help. I learned… Continue Reading

I Hate Being Sick! Don’t You?

I hate being sick! Don’t you? As I look at my calendar, I hate being sick because I see the events I’ll miss. I had looked forward to them. That’s why I scheduled them. If you’re an extrovert, you probably also hate to miss events you’ve looked forward to. If you’re an introvert, you may… Continue Reading

When Older People Get a Glazed Look in Their Eyes

A glazed look in his eyes? “On a recent visit to see our dad,” my brother told me on the phone, “we went out for lunch. Afterward, we returned to the nursing home, and Dad plopped into his chair. He got a glazed look in his eyes.” When my brother and I hung up, I… Continue Reading

When Shame and Guilt Impact Your Life

Shame and guilt? Those heavy-duty words can impact your life and someone else’s. Have you ever said or done something you wish you hadn’t? I have and I’ve done it more than once. If only there were “a do not send” button or a “cancel” button that would prevent the behavior from taking place or… Continue Reading

Spark Old Memories in a Loved One with Dementia

Spark old memories in a loved one with dementia? Yes, you can. Recently, I made an emergency trip to see my dad, who has dementia. I feared he wouldn’t know me or remember anything. Can you identify with that feeling? However, instead of fear, I experienced a week of opportunities to spark old memories in Dad.… Continue Reading