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by mom3
06 Jul 2020, 13:08
Forum: Support
Topic: Challenging discussion
Replies: 7
Views: 156

Re: Challenging discussion

This is beautiful. I am glad you got to share. And that it went well. After a decade of silence my extended family is pursuing mine (and my family's) status with a bit more vigor. It's a fun fine line. Part of that line for me, is I have no desire to crumble anyone else's faith. If they hit a bad pa...
by mom3
20 Jun 2020, 21:09
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: July 2020 Ensign
Replies: 4
Views: 291

Re: July 2020 Ensign

From my end, I am hoping the Ensign, as slanted as it may be will loosen up some of the tensions that exist in families. I recently stepped in it with my family. My slight opinion, started a watershed of tears, phone calls, texts, etc. We didn't crash, but I hadn't realized the fear from the my fami...
by mom3
03 May 2020, 20:48
Forum: Support
Topic: Week Eight of Lockdown
Replies: 8
Views: 1315

Re: Week Eight of Lockdown

The following just arrived from our Bishopric. My favorite statement is we as a Bishopric and other ward leaders have sent messages on the Sabbath or using technology have connected to the groups for whom we have stewardship. The recent direction encourages us to NOT do that. Occasional messages fro...
by mom3
03 May 2020, 16:25
Forum: Support
Topic: Week Eight of Lockdown
Replies: 8
Views: 1315

Re: Week Eight of Lockdown

SD - Great suggestion.

Tapping also works wonders on Stress Release. Also feel free to PM me. I am big on meditation, spiritualism, rejuvenation. I can point you to healing books and practices. Church or no church, don't let yourself be robbed by something you can detach from.
by mom3
02 May 2020, 03:24
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Journal Writing Best Practices
Replies: 6
Views: 832

Re: Journal Writing Best Practices

I scribble, journal, vent - everywhere. It's soul healing for me. Enjoy.
by mom3
02 May 2020, 03:23
Forum: Support
Topic: Week Eight of Lockdown
Replies: 8
Views: 1315

Re: Week Eight of Lockdown

Go with peace.

And I pray you find a space of forgiveness. Not for the wrong done by someone else. And not for you to "return to the church". But for your own heart. Forgiveness free's the forgiver.
by mom3
23 Apr 2020, 20:10
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: An unintended "consequence" of home church?
Replies: 35
Views: 3090

Re: An unintended "consequence" of home church?

I don't know when church will open back up, and I don't think that I will be one of the first families back. Me, neither. I have a neighbor who had Stage 4 cancer who insisted on attending church. No matter how much I begged her not, she still went. I assume she felt she'd made a pact with God and ...
by mom3
23 Apr 2020, 19:53
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: An unintended "consequence" of home church?
Replies: 35
Views: 3090

Re: An unintended "consequence" of home church?

We don't do home church and family members barely notice the difference between Saturday and Sunday these days.
Us, too. Only we can't tell the difference between any of the seven days of the week.
by mom3
23 Apr 2020, 09:54
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: An unintended "consequence" of home church?
Replies: 35
Views: 3090

Re: An unintended "consequence" of home church?

My 6 year old nephew said in the opening prayer he gave for his family's first Sunday at Home. "I like home church. I don't want to go back again." - His dad is in the Bishopric. His mom teaches early morning seminary. He's cute, outgoing - and hates regular Sunday church. My sister shared it in a f...
by mom3
16 Apr 2020, 20:36
Forum: Support
Topic: Thoughts and Prayers During a Difficult Time
Replies: 28
Views: 2640

Re: Thoughts and Prayers During a Difficult Time

That is great news mom3. Thanks for sharing your experience with us. What will she do next? Will she come home? Or stay there? For the time being we will remain separated. Both areas are in lock down until Mid May roughly. Once those bans are lifted we will make our next decisions. - We are all cra...