The source of conflict and disagreement among married couples who have migrated to America from developing countries (my main focus, from Ethiopia), are usually unique and different from couples who live in America. Continue reading To Improve Her Life and Her Kids’ Lives
We all are prone to having this nasty spirit called entitlement. It says: “I deserve to be loved! I deserve to be treated this way and that way! I deserve to receive this and that because I did this and I did that!” Continue reading “I Deserve to Receive”
I live in Europe and I am living with the father of my three little kids who is 17-years older than me. I don’t know what to call him except the father of my kids because I am not married to him. Continue reading “Wanting to Start From Scratch”
As a wife, the one passage of Scripture that challenges me the most is 1 Peter 3:3-4.
“Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as elaborate hairstyles and the wearing of gold jewelry or fine clothes. Rather, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.” Continue reading Real Beauty Salon
I want to address three important issues today.
Happy Mother’s Day!
I know I already said, “Happy Mother’s Day” to all of you mothers, but I wanted to say it again and share with you something.
So far, coronavirus has hurt us all in many ways, directly and indirectly. It has claimed the lives of many people.
May God continue comforting those who lost their loved ones!
But, on the other side, there is some positive outcomes to the COVID-19 situation. It locked down busy cities and kept the “men” who refused or were “too busy” to spend time with their wives and little ones in their homes.
The Bible says,
“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28 Continue reading Quarantine Time With Little Kids
A4P Guest: My husband and I got married four years ago and now we have a one-year old child. My husband works full time and I’m a stay-at-home mom. Now we all are in the house, 24/7, because of the lockdown. I should be happy to be with my husband and child, right? But I am not. I feel suffocated and stressed and I don’t know why.
A4P: Hmm! What do you mean when you say you “feel suffocated?”
A4P Guest: I love my husband but I don’t know if I enjoy being with him 24/7. You know? I feel like I need a break.