10 Affordable Destinations to Create a Fun Family Vacation There’s just something about getting away from the everyday events at home that recharges you and helps you connect with your family again! But, the expenses of getting away can sometimes make you feel like it’s impossible. For me, I want a “nice” vacation while also … [Read more…]
As a parent, one of my main concerns is in doing the right things to help my son become an adult with a strong foundation in his faith. I want him to grow up knowing God’s character and who He is. It’s not just about him knowing Bible stories. I want him to have all the things in place that he will need to know that God is faithful, He is his provider, and He is who my son needs to turn to in difficult times. The time to begin those building blocks is now…when he is young enough to be able to watch my faith in action. And, that begins with getting a good understanding of the Bible.
In Part I of this series, the common emotions of a divorce were equated to much like that of a roller coaster that you can’t wait to get off. This article addresses some of the common, yet unexpected emotions of divorce that may come a little later in the process such as guilt, relief, and forgiveness.
The emotions we have during our divorces can be much like that roller coaster ride that you just can’t wait to get off . At the height of the coaster, the anxiety and nausea of what is coming next can often times paralyze you. At its low points, the exhaustion of the experience leaves you unable to see the end. In this article, gain tips to work through the emotions that come with divorce.