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4 Ways To Defeat Low Self-Esteem

I recently read a fascinating book titled You Can Read Anyone by David J. Lieberman. It divulges some of the tactics used by government profilers to determine the behaviors and mindsets of people they interrogate. As we might presume, a person’s self-esteem plays a critical role in how he or she thinks, behaves and makes decisions. Although the book appears …

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How God Sees You

Congratulations. You made it through the first few months of the year. With all the negativity and heightened emotions, it’s nothing short of a miracle that we’re all still here in one piece. Take a deep breath. We’re going to make it. As a way of offering a breath of fresh air, I want to take the next few moments …

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Death Of A Dream

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” I remember this question being asked of me so many times as a child. I am not even sure of my answers now. Although the memories of my childhood desires are vague, I have always wanted to build things and work with my hands. At age 9, I remember taking …

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Identity Theft At Its Scariest

Identity theft is scary any way you look at it. But there’s one kind that trumps them all. A few months ago, my husband and I did something I had been dreading for years. We cleaned out the attic. Depending on your age, you may or may not know that back in the day, one was required to keep important …

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Once A Fat Kid Always A Fat Kid?

I was 10 years old on vacation visiting family.  It was an unofficial family reunion. It was always pretty cool to see my family from all over congregate at my grandma’s house in Mexico. Lots of food, lots of games and lots of fun. “Let’s race!” someone shouted. Of all the games that we played, that was the one I …

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Interview With Jon Jorgenson: Who You Are

A few years ago, I stumbled upon a video on Facebook titled “Who You Are: A Message to All Women,” which to date has over 2 million views on YouTube. Guys, don’t let the title fool you. Jon Jorgenson, the writer and speaker in this video, may be addressing women, but the message of identity that runs through it is …

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Interview With Author Courtney Cohen: Refining Identity

From Special Features Managing Editor, Jenna Ditsch: In the book of 1 Corinthians, Chapter 13:3-7 (The Message), Paul says this: “If I give everything I own to the poor and even go to the stake to be burned as a martyr, but I don’t love, I’ve gotten nowhere. So, no matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do, …

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Quiz: Identity Theft “Signs You Are Living From a False Self”

In our interview with Courtney Cohen, “Refining Identity,” we talked about the necessity of knowing our true identity as a precursor to participating in healthy relationships in which love can be given and received.  Do you relate with others from a place of authenticity or has a “False Self” taken over?  Take this quiz to find out! Directions. Print this out …

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Am I Not Pretty Enough?

Friday night, I went to a coffee shop to watch my lovely friend Julie perform. She is a very talented singer, and every time she plays I jump at the chance to go listen to her sing. I’ve listened to her many times before, but this night she sang songs I have never heard before. In the middle of singing her heart …

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Has Your Identity Been Compromised?

Has your identity been compromised?

In the 21st century world that is perpetually moving at the speed of light, we have become a society of go faster, more furious, “gotta have this, gotta have that,” more “friends,” more “followers” with iPhone calendars on overload, threatening to shut down our very existence. I pose this question: Have you allowed your true identity to be compromised by …

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