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Looking for ways to pray during a break-up? I totally understand. Two of my close friends have gone through break-ups this summer and I know the struggle of knowing what exactly to pray for them. Back in August, I wrote a post about two ways to comfort your friend when she’s going through a break up. One of these ways was praying for your friend. Today, I thought I would share 7 ways to pray for your friend during her more »

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Confession: I like making everyone happy. And when one of my friends is hurting due to a situation that I can do nothing to fix? Well, during those times I tend to ignore the fact that I can do nothing to fix the problem and go a little crazy trying to do things to cheer them up: Jump through hoops. Attempt to juggle. Tight-rope walk. Join a circus ;) But in all honesty, I know there is nothing I can truly more »

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Dearest friend, I don’t know what to say, except I love you. I’m here for you. I want to help and I want to make everything all better. If I could, I would take away all your sadness in an instant. I would help you feel happy again. Bring a smile to your face. Except I can’t. And I feel like a horrible friend because of it. My friend, I don’t know how you are feeling. And I don’t want to pretend more »

Life after a breakup

The following is a guest post by Katie of Our Seasons of Grace. It’s over. Two little words that changes life in a split second. These words can be in the form of: ‘it’s not you, it’s me’; ‘it’s just not working’; ‘I’ve realized I’m not ready’ and the list goes on. It doesn’t matter what is said, the blow rarely softens the pain. Hearing these words, or being the one to bear the news, doesn’t change the feeling like more »