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Meredith Elizabeth's Blog (20)

Are you living true to yourself?

How well do you know yourself? Are you trying to be someone you're not or be someone other people want you to be? Are you trying to be a copy of another person or a representation of your full self?

It makes me think about the years my adoptive father (who was Irish) insisted that I wear green on St. Patrick's Day. God bless his heart, but I was not resonating with who God made me. 

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Added by Meredith Elizabeth on March 19, 2015 at 8:11pm — 6 Comments

Be the Boss

It occurred to me after a conversation that I had overcome my stress-load in my life. The stress isn't reduced as much as I've taken steps to subdue it. I feel a lot better these days since I realized that what I was doing was working. 

Read on by clicking below:

Be the Boss of your Stress

Added by Meredith Elizabeth on March 19, 2015 at 10:00am — 4 Comments

The blog that I don't want the world to see

But will probably be the most popular- because God made me write it. And a wise woman (T.P.)  told me to post it to my website. =)

Premise: It hit me the other day that I had the responsibility to tell part of my story... the part that no one wants to become "part of their story." It's basically a piece of my writing that hopes to diminish people's fear of rejection. Although my experiences were much out of my control, a lot of people avoid their fears. But sometimes life calls us to…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on March 4, 2015 at 3:45pm — 5 Comments


I had an EPIC day of parenting yesterday. But in truth it was the culmination of a bunch of teachable moments that I shared new ideas and perspectives with my special needs (step)son. I wanted to share that I am finally seeing results with all of the love and attention I've put into his wellbeing. It was nice to partner up with God for this particular "mission." Blessings~



Added by Meredith Elizabeth on March 2, 2015 at 11:46am — 4 Comments

There is nothing you can say

to some people... who are close minded, unteachable, judgmental and wounded (that's about all of us, huh).

I've been in online discussions on social media as well as in my online college classes that have become inflamed. Some of it was a gender issue, some of it was cultural clashes. Many times benign things can be huge to wounded people, myself included.

I wish someone had laid it out like this for me ages ago. I could have spared myself some energy, well-being and…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on February 24, 2015 at 10:59am — No Comments

This has been stewing in my head for a while now...

From living with a chronically depressed spouse and traumatized children, I've observed the things that can be toxic to our well-being.

That is the premise for: http://according2meredith.blogspot.com/2015/02/emotions-are-tempting.html

Blessings to you all~

Added by Meredith Elizabeth on February 19, 2015 at 12:14pm — 4 Comments

Getting back into the game...

I have a technical problem with my left wrist/hand. It is of the pain sort.

I will be regularly writing again.

I am also going to volunteer my time for the 2016 presidential campaign. Yes, I have reached that age. LOL  Hope you all have been well.

Here is my fresh post: Relational Grit

Blessings to You.

Added by Meredith Elizabeth on February 4, 2015 at 5:00pm — 6 Comments

I have this urge to defend people...

I just took this personality profile (not selling, just mentioning of my own volition) today on http://www.projectfascination.com. It reported that I'm an "Ace" with core strengths of alertness and power without dominance. It says I'll be more likely to use my influence to advocate for others. Well, let me tell ya! I got that compulsion today.

I was reading some activity in a support group I'm a part of. Iwas very taken aback at a lady's…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on July 18, 2014 at 2:50pm — 3 Comments

Confront and Replace

I'm so thankful that I don't have depression. I used to struggle with it. But, it is not a burden for me anymore. I've been proactive and do things that help me improve the way I think about myself and my life. I have a level peace with everything behind me and everything before me in the future.

I learned from an early age that nobody was going to help me especially if I didn't take responsibility. It is my ship that I have to steer in the ocean of…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on July 13, 2014 at 11:53am — 1 Comment

Before I knew it...

I let that lady and her two kids cross the road even though I had the right of way. It was not my idea... it was God's idea. I was in the air conditioned car and she was in the squelching heat with her kids. I'm glad I didn't cause a car accident. I did my random act of kindness (Wed.) I probably should have handed them some bottled water but I didn't have any. Note to self. =)

Added by Meredith Elizabeth on July 11, 2014 at 11:19pm — 7 Comments

Ministering to another person inspired this post...

Abandonment is not exclusive to orphans. The lady told me so.

Children abandoned by one parent

Children of Divorces with Sole Custody

Children Living with Emotional Abandonment…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on July 11, 2014 at 1:00am — 2 Comments

Speaking truth to my kids and finally having them believe it.

I'm in the stage of life where I want people to believe in me. They don't need to inflate who I am. But if I claim that I will do "x," then give me the opportunity to prove me right. ^^

So, it kind of happened this morning. I was telling my stepson that if he used more words that his social situations would be more positive and less full of stress. I was telling him that he didn't have to talk perfectly, but that to leave out the words is like trying to solve a puzzle with half the…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on July 10, 2014 at 4:23pm — 4 Comments

Surprised by my Affection for...

My Father-In-Law.

Despite all the periods of time in my marriage where others were pointing the finger at me and shutting me out, he was the one person (in the family) that spoke kindness and understanding to me. I wish I had leaned on that reality much sooner as it could have made the last four years much easier.

It all started with "Thank you for loving my son and grandsons." That appreciation will never be forgotten.

Then, he'd send me articles he thought I'd…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on July 8, 2014 at 11:02am — 1 Comment

Sometimes the Unexpected is better

I was having a conversation with my handsome husband over the past few days. I was asking him if he saw what I saw in a "corner" of our situation. Although he had never thought about it before I mentioned it, he agreed with my insight.

Sometimes we get the best support in the least expected places. Sometimes things that we think are weaknesses turn out to make…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on July 1, 2014 at 12:00am — 4 Comments

Recognizing Needs

Sometimes I'm breathless by the "emotional want" in our next generation. I wish I could be there for all the kiddos. They know there is no gadget that can replace human validation. They do not yet know, that God is the source of validation.

It was nice to have a visit from a neighborhood middle schooler last night. I hope I "filled her up." She seems to enjoy being at our house between being "grounded."

I'll be the guardian angel. =)

Added by Meredith Elizabeth on June 29, 2014 at 9:29am — 1 Comment

Assumptions for Better Relationships

Four assumptions that will HELP with your current and future relationships, if you have the ears to hear. Please see the rest of this post on the link. Read on...

Added by Meredith Elizabeth on June 27, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments

True Story

A decade ago, I was in a totally different place. I was in my first marriage, with a little baby and we were so poor. My husband worked as an art teacher in a high school and I was trying to find work that would be worth the child care cost. He was an alcoholic and so you know how that goes. The whole house was in chaos: finances, our marriage, our "family life", our health, everything was unsure.

As an adopted person, "unsure" is very scary to me. We lived paycheck to paycheck. I…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on June 26, 2014 at 5:30pm — 4 Comments

A Tribute to one of my favorite movies... and bringing it back to my reality.

I think the true power to this story is how Noah entices Allie to remember him and their love story while she was degrading from Alzheimer's disease. That is the REAL love story. The rest is just fireworks and beautiful sensationalism that can only be rehearsed and fabricated on screen.

Real love is so fragile that it cannot be filmed. There are no retakes. Only takes and endless instances of failures. It's allowing the other person to be unlovely and still choosing…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on June 25, 2014 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment

New realization - Rambling

I'm embarking on a journey to become a social worker. I am studying on a full scholarship to do the Human Services-Family and Child Counseling Bachelor degree and certificate program at University of Phoenix. At first I was not sure if I should veer from Psychology, but it's becoming evident to me that I'm going in the right direction for my self.

I finished my first class that was an introduction to and history of human services in the USA. My new…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on June 24, 2014 at 11:30pm — 3 Comments

What is your connection style?

Human USB

Connection is vastly under appreciated and scientifically proven to have numerous benefits. They are still discovering more of what happens, decreases and increases in our physical and metaphysical bodies involving touch, synchrony and communication- all dealing with connection.

Please read on to my post.…


Added by Meredith Elizabeth on June 2, 2014 at 10:00am — 4 Comments

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