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"The reason this is profound to me is that I often find myself trying to “punish” my husband for things.  I don’t do this intentionally, but I find myself responding to him sometimes in a “just” fashion – more than a forgiving fashion.  And, then I find myself realizing that he was BRAVE standing in front of me vulnerably... And as the one who loves him most, I am not put here to punish him – but to thank him. After all, I don’t want to scare him off from being weak in front of me next…

The Best Marriage Advice I've Ever Received

"The reason this is profound to me is that I often find myself trying to “punish” my husband for things. I don’t do this intentionally, but I find myself responding to him sometimes in a “just” fashion – more than a forgiving fashion. And, then I find myself realizing that he was BRAVE standing in front of me vulnerably... And as the one who loves him most, I am not put here to punish him – but to thank him. After all, I don’t want to scare him off from being weak in front of me next…

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Pin for Later: The 8 Stages of a Hangry Child The Anticipation Even the thought of food is beyond. You might hear your child talking about food, pretending to make food, or even fake eating something she loves.

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Pin for Later: The 8 Stages of a Hangry Child The Anticipation Even the thought of food is beyond. You might hear your child talking about food, pretending to make food, or even fake eating something she loves.

Today the Church celebrates the feast of Sts. Simon and Jude, two of the original 12 apostles. We don't know much about the lives of these great Saints, but we do know that they both preached in Mesopotamia and Persia and were faithful witnesses to Christ until their deaths as martyrs for the faith.   St Jude is known as the patron saint of lost or impossible causes - so today is the day to ask God for a favour that may seem impossible! Sts. Simon and Jude, #PrayforUs

Today the Church celebrates the feast of Sts. Simon and Jude, two of the original 12 apostles. We don't know much about the lives of these great Saints, but we do know that they both preached in Mesopotamia and Persia and were faithful witnesses to Christ until their deaths as martyrs for the faith. St Jude is known as the patron saint of lost or impossible causes - so today is the day to ask God for a favour that may seem impossible! Sts. Simon and Jude, #PrayforUs

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