Standing Up in Empathy With Widows

Photo by Pavel Danilyuk Jamie Pulos-Fry’s Widow’s Cry is a book for widow ministries. Beyond helping readers understand what this ministry stands for, she hopes they help encourage and empower these women through what they’re experiencing. God is claimed to be a God who carefully monitors widows. In fact, He is someone who keeps a…

A Playful Healing: Soothing One’s Inner Child

Photo by willsantt In a book about a journey through inner-healing by Veronica Lisare, readers are shown how a troubled childhood can influence one’s adulthood. Given this, it’s always essential healing the wounded inner child and experience a freeing sense of happiness. Riddle me this! It’s a period in our lives when we spend most…

Diving Into the Societal Culture in America

American social dynamics heavily rely on individualism. It is seen through how each generation is pushed to live for themselves and focus on building their own lives through sheer effort. American Approach to Family A few decades ago, society determined it would be best for men to be the pillars and breadwinners of the household….

Why You Can’t Keep Her and How You Can

Relationships are hard to manage, especially when both people have a different set of friends and line of work. They require a great deal of compromises and sacrifices. These are just some of the themes featured on the book I’m currently reading- You Can’t Keep Her: Sequel To Bonita by Carl R. Brush, an unputdownable…