Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

‘Tis the season of giving and receiving
Often we think of our needs as a burden to others, we don’t want to worry our friends and family or impose on their time.

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Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

SLEIGH
Another year ends with holiday shopping, parties, and promises of the most wonderful time of the year. Unfortunately, not all homes celebrate the joy of the year. Some families continue to just survive.

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Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Season of gratitude
Webster defines gratitude as the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.

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Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Season of gratitude
by Teresia Smith

Webster defines gratitude as the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. Genuine gratitude is a spontaneous uncontrollable emotional response, similar to deep joy. It feels good. We all hope to have reason to express gratitude in our lives. But did you know there are three types of gratitude: reverse, false, and true. Let’s examine them.

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Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Community
by Teresia Smith

Brene Brown once told a story about a village where all the women washed clothes together down by the river. Later, when they all got washing machines, there was a sudden outbreak of depression and no one could figure out why. It was discovered that the depression was linked to the washing machines. It wasn’t having the washing machines that caused the women to experience depression; however, it was the absence of time spent doing things together with others. It was the absence of community. Why is community so important?

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