Mental health conditions are common. So common in fact, the person next to you may have one and you not even know it. Part of the reason people don’t admit to having a mental illness is because of the debilitating effects of it. The acts of simply getting out of bed and getting dressed can […]

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Unmasking is not like unrobing or undressing. It is not done in one sitting or completed in one attempt. Real unmasking takes time. Like many other needful and relevant steps taken toward a future of healing, wholeness, and hope – it’s a painful process. The first step to unmasking is to admit the face looking […]

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I’m often asked what I am passionate about. Without hesitation I answer ‘encouraging people’! Sincerely speaking life into people in a way that builds them up comes natural to me. I find it instinctive to see as well as to seek something…not just good, but great, in every person I encounter. It’s not a personal […]

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