Death, Divorce, and Heartbreak Part 4: Allow the Space to Become More God-Like

How to deal with Death, Divorce and Heartbreak Dealing with suffering is not a new topic.  I’ve read and listened to wonderful books and teachings on dealing with grief, divorcing with integrity, and what to do after a bad break … Continue reading Death, Divorce, and Heartbreak Part 4: Allow the Space to Become More God-Like

On Death, Divorce, and Heartbreak Part One: The Empty Hangers in the Closet

Recently I had a session of WHOOP classes with two beautiful, journeying women. Each was going through a major life change.   Six months earlier Cheryl had lost her husband, and father to her teenage son, to a heart attack.  Susan … Continue reading On Death, Divorce, and Heartbreak Part One: The Empty Hangers in the Closet

WHO ARE YOU Part 4: A Taste of WHOOP—Whole Heartedly Opening Our Purpose

Love transforms one into what one loves. –Quote from a Facebook post that stuck in my head; author unremembered!     Last week’s post discussed some of the ways we might behave when we believe two lies: Love Hurts and … Continue reading WHO ARE YOU Part 4: A Taste of WHOOP—Whole Heartedly Opening Our Purpose

WHO ARE YOU Part 3: A Taste of WHOOP—Whole Heartedly Opening Our Purpose

Love didn’t hurt you. –Tony Gaskins If we look at experiences that have caused us heartache and gut wrenching pain, through feelings of rejection, abandonment or grief, we would logically conclude that LOVE HURTS.  Ask anyone who is in a … Continue reading WHO ARE YOU Part 3: A Taste of WHOOP—Whole Heartedly Opening Our Purpose

WHO ARE YOU Part 1:  A Taste of WHOOP—Whole Heartedly Opening Our Purpose

Your problem is that you don’t know what your problem is.  You think your problem is your problem, but that’s not the problem at all. Your problem is not your problem, and that’s your main problem. –Bill Gillham from Lifetime … Continue reading WHO ARE YOU Part 1:  A Taste of WHOOP—Whole Heartedly Opening Our Purpose