Hello Overcomers! I have a few more Hall of Famers, but I wanted to throw this in the ring. The more I walk this mental health journey, I become more and more aware of the importance of relationships. Relationships are work. In relationships there is give and take and depending on the season, one may …

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“My motto for 2020 is Talitha Cumi which means “little girl, get up” or “daughter arise.” 2020 is my year to arise.” -Ms. Tasha Marie Born and raised in El Dorado, Arkansas, Tasha Marie currently resides in Atlanta, GA. Tasha is a fashionista, a blogger, and an upcoming author and speaker. When I first read …

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Hello, Overcomers! How are you? In this life of mental health, we tend to struggle with consistency. Consistency and discipline is so important. For me, when I’m doing well, I forget that I have meds to take. I forget that I need to get out and get sunlight. I forget that I need to keep …

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Hello all! I decided today would be a great day to share an excerpt from my book, Texts from an Angel. Enjoy… Amy was so depressed. She didn’t want to bother her friends. She knew they were busy. However, after being in bed three days, her guardian angel, Hope, was flustered. “I hate to bust …

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You can handle being healed… I was talking to a friend, and she said these words to me. “Nicole, you can handle being healed.” I stopped her mid-sentence. Wait! Ma’am! What you say? So, here’s the thing. I have been on this journey to healing and wholeness. I’ve been asking God, what does that look …

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God. Loves. You. I’m asking you to read this declaration and take it personally. Say this to yourself. Breathe it in. God’s love is not based on condition or on what I can do. I don’t have to perform for God. He loves me no matter what. There is nothing I can do that’s good …

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Happy Monday, Overcomers! Today is a good day, so let’s make the most of it. I want to share about a book I’m reading called “Hinds Feet on High Places,” by Hannah Hurnard. I read this book years ago, but I felt a strong urge to pick it up again last week. Truth is, I …

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