Gently place your left hand on her back near her waist. This shows you support her, and won’t let her fall. Pick up her hand now and place it in yours, hold it tight enough to show your strength yet loose enough for her hand to grow. No matter how awkward you feel don’t ever let go. Pull her towards you and Dad, you lean in too. Holding her close she feels protected and accepted. You take the lead Dad, show her the way. Lead her and guide her, so she won’t ever stray. Now look at her face, just stare for a while. Be amazed of her wisdom and in awe of her beauty. Smile at her, laugh with her, say “I LOVE YOU”. Get lost in her eyes, Dad don’t be so rushed. You want this to last, there’s no need to hurry the time goes by fast. The more comfortable she is in your arms the more confident she will be in herself.
Don’t just be present Dad be a MAJOR part in her life. Be the standard that she will use for others to measure up to. Don’t wait and wonder where has the time gone. Give your time and your best to those things that hold value. Be her dance partner Dad she’s your little girl. Be her dance partner up to that last dance.
Getting the revelation that your child doesn’t respect you can be very frustrating. The questions begin to bombard the mind, “When did this happen?”, “Why didn’t I notice this sooner?” Needless to say, here we are, the truth is out and there is no excuse that can justify this or make it go away. It’s time for change. No matter how old your child is, this is the day to make a change. These 7 steps for change, in most cases, will bring your relationship between you and your child, to a healthy respectful place.
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To all my kids who are waiting for Christmas and who are already celebrating Christmas Day! I am so blessed to have you in my life, and I love you all very much. A huge thank you to all you Moms who help ineedamom and have adopted kids into your hearts. I love you and am praying for Gods best for you this new coming year! Merry Christmas!!
We all want a miracle in some shape or form, but to choose to BE a miracle in someone else’s life is priceless. To all my “Moms” around the world, who have freely given their time and love to mentor a soul expecting nothing in return. Some of you have as many as 8, and continue to accept more. You are sowing goodness and love into many who cannot give anything in return. To all of you beautiful women I speak a blessing over your life of increase in love, peace and prosperity. To those Moms who are just getting started, you will soon learn that as you give love, love will increase in your own life. What a huge selfless act to be a miracle in someone’s life. Thank You! May God bless you more and more! Prov 28:27 I LOVE YOU!!
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Don’t forget how much influence your thoughts have over the circumstances you experience. Be positive, think positive, speak positive and you will attract positive things to come into your life.
Abuse is fundamentally a mentality. It is a mindset of entitlement. The abuser sees himself as entitled. He is the center of the world, and he demands that his victim make him the center of her world. His goal is power and control over others. For him, power and control are his natural right, and he feels quite justified in using whatever means are necessary to obtain that power and control. The abuser is not hampered in these efforts by the pangs of a healthy conscience and indeed often lacks a conscience.
While this mentality of power and control often expresses itself in various forms of physical abuse, it just as frequently employs tactics of verbal, emotional, financial, social, sexual and spiritual abuse. Thus, an abuser may never actually lay a hand on his wife and yet be very actively terrorizing her in incredibly damaging ways. Abuse in any of its forms destroys the victim’s person. Abuse, in the end, is murder.
Unless the cycle of abuse is broken, domestic violence doesn’t just come to an end on its own. For it to end, the abused needs to be empowered while the abuser needs to be challenged to alter their behavior.
There will be a world of encouragement, understanding and healing for the abused and the abuser tomorrow August 11, 2013 in San Diego. Cornerstone Church of San Diego is stepping out with boldness to address this painful issue and offer help for those who find themselves in this painful cycle. If you are not living near San Diego, you can view online at www.turningthehearts.com it will be live streamed at 9:30 and 11:30 am and then again in the evening at 6:30.
I hope to see you there! Be blessed!