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While i’m waiting, i’m not waiting

All I wanted to be when I grew up was wife and a mom. You know have a family, live in a nice house with not a care in the world. I guess I could imagine it because my mom did such a great job at making me and my brother feel loved and taken care of. So it didn’t seem like a very far fetched thought to imagine me having what she created for us.

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Silent expectations

Have you ever been so hard on yourself that you never allowed yourself room to fail? I grew up thinking that way. From a very young age I felt like I was never good enough, even if I put my best foot forward it simply was short of what was expected. Can you imagine having that kind of pressure at the age of 5 years old?

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When the walls are caving in

Do you sometimes feel like God has forgotten you? Even though you know deep down that he hasn’t, I mean how could he, he is God. God is all knowing and perfect in every way how could he forget about me?
For about a year or so I can honestly tell you that, that is how I felt when it came to the plans God has for my life. Even though before I became a Christian God very clearly put many dreams in my heart one of them being to sing, and now about 10 years later I am …

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How to stay hopeful in a hopeless situation

When I was a little girl, I used to walk around in dresses and tiaras declaring that one day I would be a princess that would help every single person in the world. My dream was always to make everyone as happy as they could be and to build castles for everyone that didn’t have a home. As I began my journey through High School my dreams faded and insecurities started to rise.

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How your insecurity can lead to your destiny

I was one of those girls in high school that enjoyed pleasing the people around me. New friends, wrong friends, right friends. Any friends really. I just wanted to be accepted by anyone and everyone – no matter who and what the cost. It was only after a school camp that I realized how much time I had wasted trying to people please, and the endless striving to get everyone in my court became the one thing that set me back to a place exactly where God wanted me.

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