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Tracey Mitchell

A national conference speaker, Tracey travels 40+ weeks a year, sharing Biblical principles and wisdom. Her real life experiences – though painful and challenging enable her to identify with the hurting, lonely, and rejected. Whether speaking to corporate CEO's or the homeless, Tracey's passion for re-writing the lives of the brokenhearted makes her messages relevant and empowering. A frequent television guest and host of "Today with Tracey, she is an advocate of those having experienced rejection, poverty or emotional abuse. Her new book release, “Downside Up”, via Thomas Nelson Publishers, is in bookstores now.

The Control Freak

You love them but cannot handle them. Over-the-top, having to control everything … a little of a control freak goes a very long way. Do you have friends or family who fit this description? Do you fit this description? Okay, admit it: We all secretly want to be in the driver’s seat of life. We can disguise the longing, masquerade …

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The Need To Be Perfect

Are you a perfectionist? A perfectionist believes everything should be done perfectly, without error or discrepancy. Recently, I watched an episode of a popular sitcom where the main character, the boss, employed a polite, good-natured young man to do small jobs around the office. Throughout the day, the boss would stop by and inspect the progress of his employee’s projects. …

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6 Keys To Overcoming The Fear Of Abandonment

Married to Zac less than six months, Heather discovered traces of lipstick on his shirt and a woman’s phone number in his wallet. All men cheat; none can be trusted, she reasoned. The truth is all men don’t cheat. Unfortunately, Heather encountered one who did. Stereotyping people based on a single experience will not improve the bad behavior of others, …

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Are You Dating A Manipulator?

Are You Dating A Manipulator

Have you watched a good action movie recently? You know, two hours of nonstop, thrilling suspense. Imagine sitting on the edge of your seat, hanging on every word as you desperately try to distinguish the good guys from the bad guys. Years ago, producers simplified movie plots by dressing good guys in white and bad guys in black. Distinguishing the …

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