Baby Boomers

Thelma Wells on Leadership – Ready to Win Over Worry & Anxiety

Thelma Wells on Leadership – Ready to Win Over Worry & Anxiety

Chris and I attended the taping yesterday for Thelma Wells TV show; BEE the Best You Can BE with Mama T. As part of the live studio audience, we were blessed to hear Thelma’s two-part program titled; Practical Principles of Effective Leadership – the Facts and Fallacies About Women in Leadership. With a specific focus on women in leadership roles within the church and in Christian...

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God Allows U-Turns – Changing Course in Midlife

God Allows U-Turns – Changing Course in Midlife

God has done some pretty incredible things in my life since I first began communicating online with fellow readers, writers, and friends. It’s now 25-books and 10-years later and a great deal of water has passed under the bridge (or, is it “over the dam?”) since I launched my first website and began the journey of Internet communication. Back then we didn’t have blogs. Back then if you...

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Birthdays, Boomers, Bad Guys & Burgers

Birthdays, Boomers, Bad Guys & Burgers

In the USA you are “officially” a Senior Citizen when you reach age 65. However, what can only be viewed as marketing savvy strategy, the powers that be have courted the wallets of younger baby boomers, declaring age 55 as the season in life where you can obtain the holy grail of consumerism… “The Senior Citizen Discount.” It’s official. As of yesterday, I can...

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Setting Boundaries with My Adult Child

Setting Boundaries with My Adult Child

Thank you to those who sent cards and letters to Chris during the years he was incarcerated, it meant a great deal to him. Chris was released from prison on April 29, and he arrived in Texas on May 1 to begin a new journey. Literally thousands of people have read about the turbulent relationship I had with my adult son. In fact, Chris was serving time in prison when Setting Boundaries with Your...

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Coping with Divorce in Mid-life

Coping with Divorce in Mid-life

Unlike Al and Tipper Gore, most of us don’t have to issue a public statement about our marital status–or lack thereof. In my case, I made the decision to keep my unexpected and unwanted divorce private, sharing my pain with a small (albeit mighty) group of friends and prayer warriors. (It’s hard enough to deal with your own emotions during divorce, let alone the emotions of...

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