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Please welcome Heather to my blog today! Heather is a married mama of two tween girls and one stillborn baby girl. She’s been writing at The Destiny Manifest since 2001. She writes about appreciating all of the beautiful little things … Continue reading
Nicole Boyce Willis is a writer, coach, and counselor sharing bits and pieces of her story and herself with those around her in hopes that Enoughness takes root and grows wings in everyone! Enoughness is … Continue reading
Mandy Dawson is the author of In Mandyland, a nicheless blog where readers may find anything from a craft tutorial or recipe to a story about her two adorable children, what it’s like to go through a divorce or … Continue reading
The following is the final installment to Anonymous’ Shattering the Clay series. ************************************** “I think we’re good here.” I collapsed into the soft sofa cushions of my therapist’s couch. “What do you mean?” “I don’t think I need to see … Continue reading
By now many of you have read the incredible guest post series by Anonymous I’ve shared here on my blog, “Shattering the Clay.” Start here if you missed it. Then go here and here. (for those waiting with baited breath, … Continue reading
*** Please read Anonymous’ previous installments here and here, and please share on Twitter and Facebook! Such an important story!** I clutched the phone in my shaking hand, listening to it ring on the other side. “PFLAG, this is Mary.” … Continue reading