You’ve heard the expression, “Don’t burn your bridges.” While this adage has some wisdom to it—we do live in a small world and you never know when you’ll cross paths with someone—sometimes you need to burn bridges with people so they never appear in your life again. I am talking about people who have…
We all have tried goal setting and power workshops but there are 5 ways you can transform your life that you have probably never considered.
I admit it: I am a home makeover show junkie. I love the way a designer is able to take an old home and make it look so beautiful again that the owners feel like they’ve just bought a new home.
I also love seeing beauty makeovers, and never cease to marvel over how a new hairstyle, makeup routine and outfit can transform a person’s appearance.
But what happens when it feels like your entire life needs a makeover?
I was a broken mess for many years of my early Christian walk.
By Kris Reece, Counselor, Coach, Speaker
How do some live a life they love while others struggle to be happy?
It is said that a wise person learns from their mistakes, but an even wiser person learns from the mistakes of others.
As I am sure you have already learned—mistakes are painful. And while some mistakes are relatively easy to recover from, others can have life-long consequences.
Yet mistakes are great learning opportunities—even the ones with the greatest consequences.
If your desire is to live a life of peace and joy, Learn to avoid these five most perilous mistakes. You will save yourself a lot of time, stress and heartache:
By: Kris Reece, Counselor, Coach, Speaker
Perhaps you have just experienced the shock of your life when your spouse came home and told you he was leaving. Or you could be one of the many who couldn’t take it anymore and despite all of your efforts didn’t work out. Even if you saw it coming, went to counseling and had your support group on call, nothing prepared you for how to deal with loneliness after divorce.
As the New Year rapidly approaches, you may be hoping that 2016 brings more joy, peace and prosperity than 2015. You may even be saying “Good riddance” to this year and eagerly awaiting the New Year and all that it promises to bring.
You would by no means be alone. Many hope, year after year, that “this year” will be better.
If you are hoping that simply turning the calendar page will bring the changes you seek, you will be sadly disappointed. Changes take effort—not just wishes, or even decisions. If you are tired of hoping to accomplish the same goals year after year, it’s time to take a fresh approach to your goal setting.
By Kris Reece: Author of Build a Beautiful Life Out of Broken Pieces
The mental health community calls it Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). The church calls it a Jezebel Spirit. I call it Luci—short for Lucifer.
And at some point in your life, you will encounter a Luci. She may smile on the outside, but on the inside, she wants to destroy you. Your Luci could be a bitter ex-wife or a jealous coworker. She might be the president of your children’s PTA or even the leader of your women’s group. Regardless of who she is, the result is always the same—she will stop at nothing to harm you, take all she can from you and seek to destroy you.