Posts Tagged ‘Fear/Anxiety’


what to do with tears and fears

April 25th, 2012 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
I have watched six babies come into the world: two were my own sons, one was my sister's son, and three were my granddaughters. This July, I am looking forward to being at the birth of my first grandson. One thing has been consistent through each unique and marvelous experience: they all came out crying. read more...

wise…or otherwise

November 14th, 2010 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
We girls, wives, mothers need wisdom! Making decisions about friends, hobbies, marriage, careers, school, money—you name it—we need God's wisdom to discern in matters great and see what isn't always apparent. read more...

sticking together

September 3rd, 2010 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
First, you stop calling, then you avoid making eye contact. Conversation becomes an effort and when spoken to, the answers become brief, using as few words as possible, or better yet, one-word replies. Communication breaks down, and eventually the relationship is over. read more...

facing your fears

March 17th, 2010 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
Fear can be paralyzing. Fear is one great enemy that will often come as the second phase in a spiritual battle. We often have the faith to handle that initial onslaught, but then come the fears, the “what if’s.” read more...

girls certainly know how to charm

August 18th, 2009 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
Sometimes, we are certain that our way is the best way. I have “been there, done that” myself—certain I was right about how, when, what, or where something is to be done. When I got my way, I realized just how little I knew. read more...