Pam Reynolds

Mother of 4 Grandmother of 10

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The Power of Prayer
Children

The Power of Prayer

“Life’s not about waiting for the storms to pass… It’s about learning to dance in the rain.” BJ Gallagher/Mac Anderson It has been a while since I last wrote a post. I have been extremely

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The Power of Prayer
Children

Steering Around Holiday Potholes (PART 1)

Holidays remind us of past memories, which can be both good and bad. Keep the present holidays central, and be thankful to share it with people you love. Each holiday is unique. It is not possible or necessary to repeat a holiday experience. Embrace each holiday with a renewed spirit. Be fair when dividing your Holiday time between families. It might not be possible to spend your holidays with your children.

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The Most Important Step You Can Take
Family

The Most Important Step You Can Take

I continue my investigation of the mother-in-law daughter-in-law relationship. I began years ago producing my  recent mother-in-law book along the way. I still have continued my research. It was amazing to find the issues are

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find serenity in the moral struggle
Children

Find Serenity in the Moral Struggle

We all have varying degrees of flexibility. As children, most of us exhibit lots of flexibility. As soon as a friend calls we are out the door. Growth and maturity appear to dampen our willingness to bend or stretch in different ways. If we think about this situation, we realize the sadness of our plight. We may be free in body but our minds and thinking become more and more enslaved until we perform our duties ritualistically.

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We All Need Space
Children

We All Need Space

Needing space is not always about the living area. At times we need a break from certain people. We may love them and care about them but we need a break from them. By recognizing this important fact, we can keep a distance when necessary and not only maintain a relationship but have no guilt.

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Repressing Rage Builds Bridges
Confidence

Repressing Rage Builds Bridges

I noticed how many of us get fired up about things that are aggravating or upsetting. We tend to dwell on those issues that anger us. The more we think about it and ponder it and discuss it, the stronger the fire gets. It makes us want to correct the problem or so we think. The way we choose to correct an incident can make a difference in the outcome.

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How To Save a Combating Relationship
Divorce

How To Save a Combating Relationship

“Genius is the ability to reduce the complicated to the simple.” C. W. Ceram  “The life of a winner is the result of an unswerving commitment to a never-ending process of self-completion.” Terry Bradshaw  Avoiding

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