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Calming Resources During Times of Confusion, Crisis, and Chaos (a list)

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Calming Resources During Times of Confusion, Crisis, and Chaos (a list)

I have approximately 1023 posts that I’ve begun to write and not finished sitting in my Drafts folder. Okay, that’s a slight exaggeration, but there are many. I feverishly peck away at the keyboard as a new idea comes in a futile effort to process a thought before it gets hijacked by my emotions. The dots don’t connect so there they sit longing for the light of day.

I’m guessing I’m not the only one who’s having trouble completing a sentence right now and begging for bullet points. That’s been the case for me, anyway. My brain is foggy so a list it will be.

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Why We Can Turn Our Parenting Worries Over to a Trustworthy God

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Why We Can Turn Our Parenting Worries Over to a Trustworthy God

 

 

 

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{In these days of uncertainty and worry with COVID-19, I have made slight edits to this post which was originally published at The Courage. I pray it encourages parents with children of all ages. I know worry comes but I also know it comes from a place of love.}

The nurse says to me: “You’re pregnant.”
I think: “Breathe, Andrea.”
I also think: “Now what?”

In the early 90’s, pregnancy tests weren’t known for their reliability and I couldn’t afford one anyway. So, to save time and money, I went to my doctor’s office on my lunch hour to confirm what I believed to be happening inside of me.

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