Tag: Relationship Advice

What’s the Point of Prayer When God Does Whatever He Wants?

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This isn’t just a blog post written for views or ranking high in Google. I’m writing this blog post for me… and then, hopefully, for you. The title, “What’s the point of prayer?” is something I’ve found myself asking more than ever this past week. As I’ve immersed myself in a constant state of prayer

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Instagram Jealousy: Why I Block on Instagram and You Should Too

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I’ve done my fair share of Instagram blocking. Whether it’s people from my past who I don’t want in my future or people I don’t know who follow me and make me feel uncomfortable, I’m not scared to block on Instagram. And just recently, someone new got added to my “Blocked” list. Not because they

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How to Go for It to Achieve Your Goals and Dreams

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Just go for it. Easy to say. Harder to do. When it comes to achieving your goals and accomplishing your dreams, sometimes you really do have to step out in faith just go for it. However, from personal experience, I like to follow what I call the four P’s when I “go” for something. Here’s

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Why God Let My Dad Die, and What I Learned

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When my mom died in 2018 after battling cancer for the third time, I began to wrestle with the question of why God let my mom die. However, what you probably don’t know is that just over two years later, in February 2021, my dad died, too. To understand the significance of the things I

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Why Journal? 3 Ways Journaling Helps Me Daily

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I’ve always loved to write, so it’s no surprise that I’ve been journaling since a very young age. Some of my filled-up journals have stayed with me throughout the years, and I enjoy reading what I thought and experienced back then. Journal entries from when I was nine years old and experiencing the trauma of

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Where’s God? The Truth About Experiencing God’s Presence

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I have felt far from God for a while now. It’s not a great feeling. So, in an effort to learn what to do when you feel far from God, I did what likely got you to this article. I turned to Google in hopes that someone out there has felt the same way as

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Using Bumble for Friends: My Bumble BFF Experience

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Let’s just cut to the chase here: if you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you want to know how to make friends as an adult. I only assume this because when I Googled “Bumble for friends,” it’s because I wanted to know how to make friends. I wanted to know what other girls like

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I Quit Social Media to Get Social

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Today I quit social media. Ok, that’s not completely true. If you’re reading this before 5:00pm PST, then today will be the day I quit social media. If it’s after 5 o’clock, the app has been deleted from my phone. Probably not for good, but definitely for now. And man, it feels so good.  The

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The Turn After the Trauma

Experiencing trauma as a child–whether a one-time event or an ongoing experience you had to endure–makes you feel powerless, vulnerable, and alone.  As a child, you often don’t have power over the situation but instead are a recipient of other people’s decisions–indirectly affected by the thoughts, feelings, actions, and behaviors of those around you.  For

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On making friends: we’re not as different as it may seem.

The one thing they don’t teach you in college—ok, they don’t teach you a lot of things, but this is a big one—they don’t teach you how to make friends out in the real world. College, and even high school, are ergonomically designed for you to make friends. They put you in a room with

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