Happy New Year! I hope this note finds you absolutely marvelous! I’m stopping in quickly to say thank you. Thank you for asking and thank you for waiting. You have been so patient in your waiting. You have asked nicely: So, when are you going to do an event for high school girls? 🙂 Or,…
Because language is important. Because words are important. Because experiences are important, I thought it would be a good idea to post this blog again.
I hope that you’re already having this discussion with your preteens and teens. I hope this enhances the conversation. And if you’re not having the discussion yet, I ask you to talk about it.
So she can be aware and be prepared.
A marvelous mindset changes everything!
Has your daughter ever said (through sighs and tears) that another girl ruined her day? If your daughter is anything like the ones I’ve worked with over the years, the reason for the ruination could be:
“She didn’t talk to me because I’m not pretty enough and she said I don’t look like the other girls.”
“I couldn’t sit with them because she told them I have an awkward shape.”
“She told the team that if I make it, it’s only because the coach feels sorry for me.”
How do you rejoice with others if you’re still waiting on your “reason” for rejoicing?
Have you ever found yourself surrounded by people who seem to all be receiving the answers to their prayers or being granted whatever they’ve been waiting on or hoping for? Meanwhile, YOU are still waiting on YOUR good thing.
How do you respond to this with happiness? Especially when you’re like “HEY, can I get a breakthrough?”
It’s MONDAY, Marvelous Monday. The day I’ve decided to post a new blog that will hopefully encourage, empower, motivate…something. But today, on this Marvelous Monday, I’m taking a day to rest. I’ve been going nonstop for the past couple of weeks with a lot of exciting things for which I am extremely hopeful and thankful. And I…