Author Archive | trishia

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There is IMPACT in the Everyday

I can voice with deep articulation the exact moments that I have felt the word impact flowing through my life with affirmation and with a thriving presence. Visions of New Orleans and Africa rush through my thinking like roaring waves of impact and although there is great joy in how those seasons have taught my […]

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Africa Series: Your Story Matters

Thank you for following my teachings from Africa toward motherhood and taking the time to reflect upon the series on “Perspective of adaptability {Part 1}” and “Power of community {Part 2}.” In this last part of the series, I want to speak toward the story that you are living and voice that wherever you are […]

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Why I Date My Kids

Those who know our family well would know that we are relational and that we intently examine the way that each of our five family members extends what we respond to as the “Five Love Languages”.    “You can simply remember that behavioral expressions of love can be divided into physical touch, quality time, acts […]

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4 Ways to Hygge Through Winter

Four Ways to “Hygge” Through Winter

The seasons of summer, fall, winter and spring create a personal love affair specific to themselves. Each one holds its own special meaning of home to the heart and soul. Growing up in the South and also living in Africa, my spirit gravitates toward seasons of warmth and of outdoor exploration, so the long, dark […]

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Depression: Say something to someone

Mom Who is Hurting: Say Something, to Someone…

  Hey Mom, as you are desiring to be heard, understood, known, I see you. I see you… struggling to respond to your atmosphere with peace wrestling with emotions that hit your mind and send you to react with a tearful “not enough” striving to understand how these attacks of emotion can be overcome Come […]

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