Consistency and patience in the face of obstacles is what gets you to the mountain top, writes Rachel Reva.
We’ve all felt that feeling. You’re driving home after a night out or a busy work day, when it hits you: You cringe at something you said.
Shame is a big part of addiction. To recover, people don’t need judgment. They need acceptance of who they are, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.
Rejection is an experience all of us will go through at times. Eliezer Gonzalez shares some suggestions that will help you to handle rejection.
In his debut memoir ‘Radical Love: Learning to Accept Yourself and Others’, Zachary shares about his trauma recovery and mission to help others.
What things have you achieved in your life that perhaps you feel don’t deserve to be celebrated because they aren’t quite big enough?
If you can focus on where you are going and what you feel you are supposed to be doing, encouragement comes from the most surprising sources.
When you’re feeling insecure, look around you at the good things that you have and make a decision to grab hold of your confidence.
Some people are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for something that they value, but God paid more than what the world says you are worth.
When it comes to our human need for affirmation and approval, the praise that comes from God is far better than the praise that comes from people.