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fear

My constant companion – anxiety

Whether stressing over schoolwork, worrying about a family member, or anxiously awaiting a package, everyone has felt anxiety at some point in their life. While some people can easily distract themselves from stressful events, others aren’t able to manage…

War: What’s It Good For?

Today in our seminary class we had a lively discussion on combat, and the value of going to war. Most everyone was in agreement that fighting really serves no beneficial purpose, and there is nothing good that can come…

Flying Away from Fear

As young women, we face many fears.  Two that I am often bothered with are fear of failing and fear of not being good enough, whether in the eyes of myself, others, or Heavenly Father. Are we allowing fears…

When Darkness Falls

  Babies are born with two intrinsic fears: fear of falling, and fear of loud noises. Yet, as babies develop into young children, it is normal for them to experience nyctophobia–or being afraid of the dark. For most children, this…

Anxiety Medication through Words

I have some good news for you. If you’re feeling a little stressed out this time of year with AP tests and what not and you want some relief from all the anxiety- look no further! If you’re not,…

No matter who wins

Even if you live outside the United States, I’m sure you’ve heard more than you’d like about the U.S. Presidential Election. In fact, whenever someone starts talking about the various candidates, my 12-year-old daughter covers her ears, sings, “La,…

Five Scriptures

In an attempt to get more out of scripture study, I’ve started studying a new way. It’s been so enlightening and helpful that I want to share it with you! I decided to get really practical. We recently had…