17 Ways to Help Someone Heal After Tragedy

Oftentimes, the GREATNESS of who you are surfaces in the midst of tragedy. Life after tragedy requires a long and necessary healing process that is often neglected because life moves at a fast pace. In honor of the 17 Angels of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, I will share 17 ways to help someone heal after tragedy. Unconditional love says it all. You may get hit in the crossfires of bitterness, resentment, and unimaginable hurt exuding from the heart of the wounded. Don’t take it personal! The pain has to come up and out for healing to occur. Prayer is a powerful means to invite the restorative power of God’s healing touch. When you pray for survivors of tragedy, pray for strength, res

The Village of Super Women

Happy Women’s History Month! This year’s theme is, Nevertheless She Persisted. As we celebrate Women’s History Month, think about all of the powerful, beautiful, loving, selfless, and fearless women that God has strategically positioned in your life! Many have evolved into life-long relationships while others had its seasonal time of inspiration and connection. Nevertheless, consider yourself blessed to have encountered women who have influenced you to be the best version of yourself!! Women are Influencers with the power to orchestrate life-changing movements. It takes a Village of Super Women to come together in agreement to push these movements to eventually bring change to the world: #Br

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