This is not a “Before Shot.” This is me feeling fantastic and loving me just as I am today. A fatter me to compare myself to isn’t going to make me more proud in a month’s or year’s time.
A genuine apology can soften the ground, for real healing, in a hurting heart and change the timeline of restoration.
Today I wrote on my Instagram that it’s just as important to help young people realize what they do NOT need to be sorry for as much as it is to know when they do need to apologize.
They know that voting to take away others’ choice is always wrong, even if it’s different from the choices we would make ourselves.
Here’s to each of our Fight Songs! I hope you will give our bookchat a listen and be encouraged!
This summer I have written about making sincere apologies, and today I share one of the reasons why helping others understand its importnce matters so much to me.
When we recognize the pain we’ve caused, we can choose to ignore our part, or we can choose to be humble.
Sincere apologies are not automatic and leave out the tiny, ruinous “IF.”
Wherever you find yourself today, your role as Mother is honored.
It’s okay to have a bad day. It doesn’t mean your faith is weak or you are ungrateful for all you have. It means, you are human and need support.