Being a single mother and pastor
November 10, 2010





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Lara : September 08, 2014 03:01 am
Janeen must have felt amazing after her friend complimented her like that. That was so sweet how Janeen's friend came out and told her how she felt. I am sure Janeen was excited that she graduated but still nervous. At least she was reminded that she is doing a good job.
Maynard M.D. : April 19, 2012 10:35 pm
This is a question we ask all our patients at the first group therapy session after arriving at our inpatient, executive drug rehab program. Recovering addicts need to start valuing not only their physical self, by taking on a healthy, drug-free lifestyle, but their self-worth as well. By asking them about problems they have solved for themselves or for others they start to introspect on times of accomplishment and what it feels like to be important.
Kevin : February 09, 2011 07:39 pm
That moment between Jeneen and her friend is nice, but I wish this featured more of her thoughts and insights about graduating, although the look on her face did tell me she has entered a new stage in her life.
Jeneen : December 17, 2010 02:35 am
Three years of seminary, greek and hebrew, all while being a single parent? Whew! I remember the days of staying up all night with my son, struggling with asthma, many times coming from the emergency room with him and going straight to class. Very little sleep during those days. Thank God I made it through!
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