This is the second in a series I’m doing on the top 4 Google results for “How to be…” Realize that most people don’t think about you too much. The people who do care about you do it regardless of … Continue reading How to be Confident
I asked Google “How to be…” and the top 4 results were “How to be… happy, confident, smart, a good wife.” So I’ll be doing a series where I attempt to answer these questions. This is #1. Myth #1: Stuff/money … Continue reading How to Be Happy
Chasing your bliss leaves you tired and worn, with empty hands and a confused, blind heart. For the heart rarely knows the mysteries of the stars, or where this path will take you. Follow, instead, the hands who made you, … Continue reading Follow Your Bliss?!?!
Note: Kostia wrote this just after high school, a few months after we became friends. We were sharing our stories, and I cherish his young, rough grammar. 🙂 On October 22, 1988, I was born in Russia, about a train … Continue reading A Russian Orphan Testimony
In response to Sheila over at “To Love, Honor, and Vacuum.” Once, there was a girl who fell in love and married a passionate revolutionary, a strong man with huge ideals but a secret despair to ever reach them. She … Continue reading The Submissive Wife: a tale of two women
Blog post in video format!! First try!!! 😀 What is love? It took me awhile to figure this out. But, with the help of Jesus and my husband, I think I know. We were headed to Goa and I was … Continue reading What is Love?
So my best friend was diagnosed with RAD as a kid. He was adopted from Russia at 6, didn’t bond with his family, and went to a children’s home at 10. Some years later, I met him and we accidentally became best friends. Somebody cautioned me about him because of his RAD diagnosis and I laughed in their face. We are extremely attached to each other. There is a mutual loyalty I’ve never had with anyone. When we were young, I told him about things only God had heard, things I would NEVER tell anyone else. He was my closest friend, my only … Continue reading RAD and Adoption (My closest friend can’t attach)