Do You Have an Indecisive Personality ?



Each morning brings new opportunities. It also presents new decisions that need to be made. If you have an indecisive personality, this could mean big stress for you.

These decisions could be big—like whether or not to change jobs—or as small as deciding what to wear to work. For some people, making these choices are automatic. But if you struggle with making decisions, you could have an indecisive personality.

If you have an indecisive personality, it’s likely that you don’t look at decisions as a linear progression—going from A or B—but as a circular exercise—going round and round in your thinking. This thought process can leave you feeling insecure as others get impatient with you, and may even try to bulldoze you.

How can you tell if you have an indecisive personality and what can you do about it?

If You Want to Do Great Things, You’ve Got to Simplify Your Life – Here’s How


I know you can bring home the bacon, fry it up in the pan, chauffeur the kids, head up every ministry, hang out with your friends, join the PTA and have perfect nails. But I also know that at the end of the day, instead of feeling fulfilled you likely feel stressed and unaccomplished.

I’m guessing if you are reading this blog, you desire a better way. You want to know that you’re fulfilling your purpose while you’re here on Earth, not just frantically checking things off a to-do list.

The good news is that a better way absolutely exists.

Is It Time To Let Go of an Unhealthy Relationship?


Do you know that you shouldn’t be with this person but something keeps pulling you back?

Are you asking yourself why you keep calling your ex even though you’re in another relationship?

Or why you continue to let someone abuse your friendship?

Or why one piece of cake turns into half the cake?

Being in an unhealthy relationship is not uncommon, nor is it limited to just people. You can have an unhealthy relationship with food, alcohol, or drugs. Whatever you’re locked in an unhealthy alliance with, the relationship is draining mentally, emotionally, and physically.

In my counseling practice I have helped many women untangle their unhealthy attachments by following the five steps I’ve listed below.

Developing the Mindset of an Overcomer

Overcoming adversity is no small task. One thing you can count on in life is that challenges will come: One day you can be sitting back, enjoying the view from the mountaintop, and the next day your emotional world can be completely rocked.

The Bible says that we are not to be “surprised when these trials come as though they are something strange.” (1 Peter 4:12)

But it’s not enough to anticipate adversity—

healthy relationships

How To Have Healthy Relationships


It’s easy to blame the person you’re in relationship with for all the problems between you. But the fact is that relationships take two—they aren’t one-sided.

Jesus modeled what it takes to have healthy relationships with anyone—spouse, children, coworkers, and friends. Take your inspiration from Him when you seek to improve your relationships with others by implementing as many of these 10 Christ-like actions as you can manage:

6 Surprising Ways to Make Life Better

I have always been (and still am) a planner and goal-setter. I aim high, work hard, and always look to make life better. I used to believe that my life will be better when….

The problem was there was always another “when.”

One day I began to wonder, Why do some people seem happy no matter what happens to them, while others are miserable despite all they have?

While it is important to always be improving yourself and your environment, if you are waiting for those improvements before you allow yourself to feel happy and fulfilled, your peace will always be subject to your circumstances.

Meaning, you could be waiting a long time, and there is nothing you can do about how long your particular wait may be, as you simply don’t have control over your circumstances.

There is a better way: Point your focus toward the things you actually have control over.

No matter how challenging your circumstances or how far you are from reaching your ideal life, these are 6 steps will truly make life better.