When I was a child I was often made fun of for being too sensitive. When I was eight, I lived in Brindisi, Italy. There were breads and cheeses and fruits at the marketplace. There were beggars too, in extremely great need. I wanted money to give to the beggars, and was told we couldn't … Continue reading Wisdom says Do Not Mock the Poor
Have you been abused by a narcissist? You're not alone! Really! If you would like some links about narcissism, please message me, and I'll send you some helpful information which relates to your specific situation. Narcissistic people all act the same way, and do the same things. This is because they are all pretending to … Continue reading Narcissistic Abuse? There’s Hope!
By Angela Royse Pelleman Formerly published as "God’s Scriptures on Sexual Abuse are Written in Black and White… Not Grey" Confusion and Lies As if it wasn't bad enough to be exposed to unwelcome previews for the pornographic movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, right before Valentine's Day, it's déjà vu, two years later, with … Continue reading Fifty Darker Shades of Sin… Sexual Abuse is not a “grey area”
Last night, via Google Earth, I "traveled" along several paths, remembering how I'd been left alone so many times, since the tender young age of four. I retraced the steps I'd walked in solitude, in both Europe and the U.S. I was shocked at the realization of having wandered so far from home so often. … Continue reading Past Paths… and Other Things too Painful to Mention
Everyone is free to believe as they wish, but no one should fool themselves into believing he or she will ever understand the truth about anything in life without pursuing God's One and Only Son, Jesus Christ. If God says there are wolves among us, pretending to be Christians, He means it. It's true. We … Continue reading Pursue The Shepherd to Escape the Wolves!
Narcissism is sin; it's a stronghold of self-centeredness, which means it needs to be dealt with from a spiritual perspective. Because The Silver Lining is about looking for the sun in the midst of a sky full of angry, dark black clouds, I want to uplift, encourage, and bring hope to those who have experienced … Continue reading Love and Support for Victims of Narcissistic Abuse
Narcissist is just a fancy word for an extremely self-centered person. Narcissism is a sin. A narcissist is so focused on self, there's no room to consider others as separate individuals with their own thoughts and emotions. This spiritual issue has roots in bitterness, jealousy, and denial; which are also sins. Narcissism is so selfishly … Continue reading A Narcissist’s Damaging Impact…Hope for the Hurting
I have a lot of trouble with self-condemnation. As I child, I wasn't given compliments. Instead, my faults were constantly highlighted. I have lived with the fear of failure for so long, that anxiety has become a companion for pointing out my imperfections. This is no way to live! I'm learning not to judge myself. … Continue reading Take Heart! Teeny Tiny Accomplishments Go A Long Way!
Narcissism. It's the latest overused buzzword. Yet, narcissism is a growing problem, and it's not about to go away. Narcissism is SIN. A narcissist is extremely self-centered, selfishly promoting oneself at all costs, in order to remain on an imaginary pedestal. There are varying levels of narcissism. As someone becomes more selfish, that person becomes … Continue reading Narcissism: Battling a Self-Centered Sin
(from a series related to narcissistic abuse) Gossip is a long train of lies hitched onto half-truths, sprayed with graffiti, speeding its way down the rough, bumpy track. Who knows where it's going? It's dangerous, but it seems like everyone wants to jump on board, and it can cost people their lives. It's not easy … Continue reading The Gossip Track…It’s A Train Wreck!