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Examining the Real Motives behind Perfectionism and People Pleasing

Examining the Real Motives behind Perfectionism and People Pleasing. I think that a few of the wives out there may have had some of these issues even in high school and college like I did… if so, this post from www.peacefulsinglegirl.wordpress.com may be interesting to you! I am not an expert on this topic, but […]

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A Wife Sees Some of Her Idols – People Pleasing and Beauty

An email from a wife.  Thank you for sharing!!!!!! I LOVE what God is doing in your heart! ******************** I watched two of your videos on Youtube  (channel “April Cassidy”) The Gift of Modesty The Sin of People Pleasing Where do I start????? PEOPLE PLEASING I definitely identify with thinking it’s up to me make others […]

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The Snare of People-Pleasing

We are continuing our series about ways that controlling people try to control others.  You can check out the posts about control and boundaries, the trying to manipulate others with guilt, and playing the martyr from earlier in the week.  Today’s topic is how we sometimes try to manipulate others and maintain control by being a people-pleaser. Is […]

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The Snare of People-Pleasing

We are continuing our series about ways that controlling people try to control others.  You can check out the posts about control and boundaries, the trying to manipulate others with guilt, and playing the martyr from earlier in the week.  Today’s topic is how we sometimes try to manipulate others and maintain control by being  people-pleasers. Is “peace” […]

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Avoid Such People

When we think of what it means to be godly Christian women, sometimes we think that means we have to tolerate anything from other people. We may think being respectful means that we don’t confront people when they sin or speak up when we are being mistreated. We may think it means we have to […]

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Dealing with Difficult People at Christmas

Photo by Gareth Harper on Unsplash I know that Christmas can sometimes be a challenge with difficult family dynamics and hurtful things people say at times – whether it is unintentional or intentional. I’d love to remind us all that just because someone says something doesn’t mean that we have to engage in that particular […]

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What Is the Difference Between Complaining and Informing?

Photo by Mimi Thian on Unsplash Avoiding complaining can get a bit fuzzy, at times. There are situations where we need to inform those around us about important things they need to know. How can we discern the difference between complaining vs. informing?   Let’s hash through this a bit together. About Complaining – from […]

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What Topics Are on Your Heart This Year?

Photo by Bart LaRue on Unsplash Ladies, What are some topics you’d like to see me cover in the coming year? I’d love to hear your suggestions and thoughts. Some areas we have covered in the past: Control and giving up control Insecurity Righteous anger and jealousy Sinful jealousy Security and Identity in Christ Don’t want […]

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Do I Have a Spirit of Offense?

Photo by Christian Fregnan on Unsplash Something our culture today is really great at is – offense. It is almost mind-blowing just how easily offended people are today. And it is sad. Because when we are so easily offended, we also have a lack of unity, relationship, emotional connection, harmony, and teamwork. We also miss […]

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