As I write this, it is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. With the state of the world today, let’s all take time to exercise and practice the promising dreams of a hopeful and powerful leader. On The King Center website, his wife Coretta Scott King shares the best ways we can do that.
“The Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday celebrates the life and legacy of a man who brought hope and healing to America. We commemorate as well the timeless values he taught us through his example — the values of courage, truth, justice, compassion, dignity, humility and service that so radiantly defined Dr. King’s character and empowered his leadership. On this holiday, we commemorate the universal, unconditional love, forgiveness and nonviolence that empowered his revolutionary spirit.”
Continue to celebrate with our posts this week which will enrich your relationships and change the way you think about church, compliments and codependency.
An Obstacle to The 5 Stages of Grief: Emotional Neglect From Childhood
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – It’s a test on how you live your life that you wouldn’t expect. Here’s how your childhood prevents you from healthy grieving and what you can do about it.
Narcissism in the Church
(Narcissism Meets Normalcy) – Church should be a place of peace, love and community. But here Lenora shares why it’s so triggering and toxic for those who grew up in a narcissistic family.
Are You in a Codependent Relationship?
(Happily Imperfect) – It’s the reason why you feel resentful and drained in your relationship. Here are the signs of codependency and how to change it.
IQ May Matter in Bipolar Disorder
(Bipolar Laid Bare) – New research unveils a relationship between IQ and bipolar disorder. Find out how intelligence could potentially protect individuals from some of the effects of bipolar.
How Flattery Can Be Abusive
(The Exhausted Woman) – When is a compliment not a compliment? When its intention is to manipulate, control or abuse another person.