Tag: family

I’m digressing from my usual coaching blogs to share a story with you about my family. I wanted kids. Lots of them. Having five siblings and no boundaries, of course I wanted a big brood of my own. That was not my path. I prayed, and prayed and prayed, but no babies. I was so …

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I was headed to Cleveland for a convention last month, and took advantage by first flying to Pennsylvania to visit my family. I had enough frequent flyer miles that it was a great no-cost decision! There are six kids spread all over this beautiful country, but one brother, a sister, and my ninety-two year old …

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“I’ve been missing your blog, Gerri. When are you going to blog again?” David Helms When one’s own husband, who rarely comments on anything I write (he hasn’t even read my whole book, “Trust God and Buy Broccoli, A Spiritual Approach to Weight Loss”, not that he has 100 lbs. to lose or anything) comments …

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Why is that so hard for us, to ask for help? We're taught from when we were knee-high to grasshoppers to be self-sufficient. Don't let anyone know you're struggling. Don't ask for help. Don't air your ditry laundry. It's no wonder that I struggled with so many things in my life because I was not …

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