Song Lyric Sunday – “I Want To Be Just Like You”

I'm BAAAACK! I wasn't expecting to lead off with a reblog and then an SLS but you have to start somewhere and while I have a lot to catch up on, I figured I would ease my way back. Today is Father's Day and so Jim Adams over at A Unique Title For Me picked …

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Chronic Compromises – Why I Failed At Lent

... or did I? Lent Is a Christian observance during the 40 days before Easter. During this time Christians may do a literal fast (say juice/water and/or bread). There is also the practice of fasting from luxuries or things that distract a person from their faith. This is much like Christ's 40 days of fasting in …

Reblog – Self-Care for the Worn Out Soul

I am reblogging this because it is the perfect reminder for me on what can get me through my current flare-up of pain and anxiety. It is a very insightful and inspiring look at self-care.

Lydia!

Madison Hornsby

I was introduced to the concept of self-care when I was a senior in high school. I had heard the term thrown around a good bit, but I mostly wrote it off as something that was selfish and unnecessary. Boy was I wrong.

When I began struggling with depression and anxiety, I sought out any and every avenue of treatment that I thought might alleviate my suffering. Initially, I was very hesitant to learn more about self-care and resisted incorporating it into my daily routine. My strict religious upbringing had conditioned me to avoid anything that had the word “self” in it.

The truth is, if you neglect yourself, you’ll have nothing to give to others. I was passionate about serving other people and this concept really hit home for me.

I remember someone provided me with the analogy of airplane safety. In the event of a decrease in oxygen…

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