Susan Miller interviews Sharoya Ham, a Compassionate Parent Coach and Behavior Specialist with 25 years of experience. Sharoya is the Founder of Embrace Behavior Change and specializes in helping parents move from a state of overwhelm to a place of calm and confidence. She is also a mom to three sons. All behavior is communication. […]
Imagine your mind and heart as a garden. What is the condition of your garden? Is the path overgrown with weeds? Is the gate of your heart closed and locked? Is it surrounded by impenetrable walls? Is there a bench, where you may have sat with a good friend, that’s now broken down and faded? […]
Where Do You Begin? A friend asked if she could meet with me for coffee last week. There was a sense of urgency in her voice and her eyes were brimming with tears. Her news was all too familiar. “We are moving,” she said. “With the pandemic layoffs here, my husband has been looking for […]
2020 has been a year of change for everyone. The pandemic has changed the way we work, go to school, socialize, travel, and lead our daily lives. If you’ve moved during this time, you’ve probably experienced even more stress and isolation. Major life change – under the best of circumstances – is rarely easy, but […]
No matter what change you’re facing, the holidays can be challenging and make you wish you could turn back the clock. Since losing her husband, Susan always experiences some sadness during the holidays, but, in this podcast, offers tips and encouragement that will help you fight off sadness, focus on Christ, and make choices that keep you growing and connected.
There’s a longing in every woman’s heart when she’s been uprooted by change. A longing to be reassured she’s not alone, to be rescued from fear and weariness, to be renewed and restored.
Just three words: worry, anxiety, and fear. They’re enough to spoil any day. But God offers comfort and peace. He wants you to bring your worries to Him. Bring ALL to Him in total surrender and watch for the ways He will calm and reassure you.
When circumstances are tough you might be tempted to pull into an emotional or even physical lockdown. It can feel safer to shut down emotionally and pull back from everything and everyone. Injury or illness can lead to a physical lockdown. There are steps you can take to break free.
Moving is always a challenge and can be downright devastating. Susan Miller, America’s Moving Coach and Founder of Just Moved Ministry, offers 10 steps to preparing your heart so that this might be a smoother move. You’ve got this! And God’s got you!