Category Archives: co-dependency

My new blog- please respond…

Hello, friends. I’ve changed my blog name to http://www.lorilara.com. I really want to stay connected. Please visit my site and click follow so we can stay connected…sorry if this is a duplicate message. I’m not a very techie person. :/Continue reading

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The choice…

Today’s news about my mom was by far the worse. Docs firmly give my mom 6-8 months to live. Thud. My heart hit the concrete path I was walking on when my brother gave me the news over the phone. … Continue reading

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What inspires me…

I’m not inspired by people who are unafraid of heights who dangle themselves over a precipice. I’m inspired by people who stave off a panic attack so their kids can see them jump off the high-dive into a swimming pool. I’m not … Continue reading

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Everything skit

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_M0H5nrY8E

This video has received more than 2 million likes on youtube – it’s a viral, spiritual phenomenon that continues to break through our pain and allows us to see where Jesus is in the midst of our struggles. This was me before Jesus broke through…it makes me cry every time I watch it. I hope you enjoy it.

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Goodbye co-dependency…

I used to be a die-hard co-dependent. Somewhere along my childhood I picked up the role and responsibility for being the peace maker, relationship negotiator and liaison, feeling sorter and manager, and life coach to everyone around me. My life … Continue reading

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