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I recently emailed everyone individually about a new change in direction for Blossom, and was filled with gratitude and joy at the responses I received.
Thank you for being here. You are a valuable, wonderful woman. You are loved more than you realize; you are more unique and creative than you know. You are more than enough, more precious than gold or silver.
Right now, I want to give you 3 things:
- A brief description of my new SheBlossoms blog
- Encouragement to give yourself time to Blossom
- A link to our new SheBlossoms Group on Facebook
Boy, am I excited!
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anaïs Nin.
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1. A brief description of SheBlossoms
I created SheBlossoms to help you (and me!) navigate rocky relationships by looking upwards and inwards. The stronger you are emotionally and spiritually, the more power and confidence you’ll have when you need to make decisions about your relationships, loved ones, and life.
My purpose is to encourage you to grow in four distinct aspects: Creative You, Healthy You, Connected You, and Daring You. I write four articles a week, corresponding to those four categories.
Recent articles include:
- 3 Practical Ways to Guard Your Heart in a Relationship
- How to Reinvent Yourself When You Have No Guarantees
- 7 Steps to Forgiving Someone Who Broke Your Heart
Whether you’re grieving the end of a relationship or deciding how to proceed in your marriage, you’ll find at least one article to help you Blossom into the woman God created you to be.
To learn more, read Everything You Need to Know About SheBlossoms.
2. Give yourself time to Blossom
You are growing and moving forward, even if you don’t feel it. I feel like it’s taken me years to finally be ready for SheBlossoms to bloom in my life! And you’ve been part of my journey, especially if you’ve been getting my sporadic (and sometimes wacky) Blossom blog posts and newsletters.
It takes time to find your place in this world, whether you’re looking for a job, letting go of a season of your life, or making an important decision about your relationship. Give yourself that time. Move forward, but don’t force yourself to take a step you’re not ready for.
And, don’t be afraid of making mistakes. Some will be big, some little…but none of them have to be devastating unless you allow them to upset everything.
You have all the creativity, health, connections, and chutzpah you need to Blossom. Just reach upwards and outwards, and you’ll feel the flow!
3. A link to our new SheBlossoms Group on Facebook
I’d love to connect with you, learn more about you, maybe even see what you look like! So I created a SheBlossoms Facebook page. It’s private, so you can share your experiences. SheBlossoms is a place for you to meet other women who want to Blossom, and to connect with me on a deeper level.
Come join our SheBlossoms Group on Facebook. Meet me, connect with each other, share inspiration and encouragement to Blossom.
New Relationship Articles
Is He Cheating? How to Be Your Own Private Investigator – “People cheat out of boredom, to make their lives more like James Bond,” says private investigator and author Guy White. “An affair becomes that excitement they don’t get from their jobs. But it’s not always sexual. Some of it is just getting away with something. People like the rush and excitement of sneaking around.”
3 Things to Consider When You’re Questioning Your Relationship – Recently, two readers have asked very similar questions. They’re both facing relationship issues that are testing their love, but not destroying their commitment to their boyfriends.
Signs of an Abusive Relationship You Should Never Ignore – In this article, the signs of an abusive relationship are described through a survivor’s perspective. Keri Kight was with a man who abused her for years. Here, she shares how she finally found the courage and strength to open up to other women who were with men who were abusive, and how she left the relationship.
Give yourself time and space to Blossom, okay?
In peace and passion,