Do You Want to Have A Real Relationship?

Are you looking for a real relationship? Wondering where to find one?

👉🏻The best place? A real relationship is finding a way to meet together somewhere in the middle. 

Expecting others to live up to our personal hopes and momentary whims is not a real relationship. Wishing, waiting, and hoping someone will come to our rescue, help out, see a need or be there for just us involves only one person — “me.” It creates a one-sided situation with a big emphasis on what we want for ourselves now, with no regard for others. It happens… and as humans, we’ve all been there in one way or another!

A real relationship involves more than one person. A real relationship is found beyond the borders of “me. ”

A real relationship is always about “us.” A real relationship is based on love, compassion, and caring for others. 

It is the beautiful place where a joyful reunion always happens — even in the middle of life’s craziest moments and amidst the saddest times. It is bigger than “me” and much better because we are together in a real relationship!

Romans 7: 14-16 reminds us a big part of our challenges begins within ourselves:

“I can anticipate the response that is coming: “I know that all God’s commands are spiritual, but I’m not. Isn’t this also your experience?” Yes. I’m full of myself—after all, I’ve spent a long time in sin’s prison. What I don’t understand about myself is that I decide one way, but then I act another, doing things I absolutely despise. So if I can’t be trusted to figure out what is best for myself and then do it, it becomes obvious that God’s command is necessary.”

❤️‍🩹 My Heart Mission is to encourage living your best life and helping people transform lives everywhere — one relationship at a time!

…after 5 years of research, study, writing (+2 more years!), hearing inspiring stories from people everywhere (it seemed), and when my book RESTORING THE BROKEN PLACES IN AN UNFORGIVING WORLD was published, I realized people also needed help with the issues that create a fertile environment for the pain-filled relationships that cause unwanted brokenness requiring grace.

I’m committed to focusing on these pain points to help people address their challenges. To do this, the issues should be rooted out and explored. By facing the problem head-on — calling it what it is — we can take bold action. I’m passionate about sharing what I’ve learned about relationships and forgiveness in my (now) 7-year deep-dive study and writing. I’m offering helpful resources to help transform life one relationship at a time!

⬇️Learn more about building healthy relationships and finding that important ‘middle ground’⬇️

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