Do You Monsterize Yourself?

You're a mom, NOT a monster. Yet how often do your mistakes become your reasons to feel evil and ugly? This struck me as I was reading Feeling Good, a mood therapy book that exposes destructive thinking habits. While author David Burns uses "monsterizing" to describe how we label others who make us angry, my thoughts … Continue reading Do You Monsterize Yourself?

The Surprising Beauty of Failure

I just spent the winter hibernating after opening a business and closing it within six months. Ma Spa had fulfilled my dream to host mothers in a lovely space, to teach biblical principles about family, and to promote self-care. Christian Moms want to apply the Bible to family life, and we typically put ourselves last on … Continue reading The Surprising Beauty of Failure

Mother’s Day Gift Idea #5: The Gift of Soul Care

  OK Husbands. This one's for you. Before you go out this weekend to buy perfume, a sexy dress, truffles, or a gym membership as a Mother's Day gift, let me clue you in to something every husband needs to remember: there's more to your wife than her body. Yeah,  I know. Eve's physical presence was … Continue reading Mother’s Day Gift Idea #5: The Gift of Soul Care