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  • What makes you unique as a woman?
    What makes you unique as a woman?

    From within the womb, women’s brains are biologically different to men’s brains. High levels of oxytocin, serotonin and dopamine are secreted when we are hugged, caressed, loved, spoken to kindly, reinforced and cherished. Masculine traits: Aggression, competition, physical activity, sex, logic, achieving. Feminine traits: Family unity, communication, building bonds of trust, expressing love, creativity, nurturing.…

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  • How can I know my kids better?
    How can I know my kids better?

    Every Sunday after our 10am meeting, we gather with mothers to pray for our children and to share basic advice on how we can improve our relationship with them. Older children become more reserved When our children are small, they tell us everything. They arrive home from school and begin filling our ears with interesting…

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  • Put your problems in perspective
    Put your problems in perspective

    One day, I went past a butterfly on a wall and its size caught my attention, so I decided to take a picture of it. When I looked at the picture I had just taken, the butterfly looked so much bigger in the picture than it actually was, so I decided to take another picture,…

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  • How to spot a good friend
    How to spot a good friend

    This week, we held the fifth session of our Inner Healing Seminar, where we spoke about friendships. One of the gifts we have as women is being sensitive and nurturing of others, which gives us the ability to be excellent friends. However, we find that women who have been hurt in the past find it difficult to reach out to…

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  • How to achieve the perfect marriage
    How to achieve the perfect marriage

    This week in our meeting, we sought to understand a woman’s role in marriage. For a marriage to work, both need to understand each other’s needs and be able to meet these needs. This is the reason why many marriages end up in divorce or betrayal, because basic needs are not being met and it…

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  • Trusting even when things go wrong
    Trusting even when things go wrong

    How would you react if everything started going wrong all of a sudden? Would you be ready for that to happen? There are times when we go through certain situations, and the only option we have is to trust. But what exactly does that mean? Is everything going wrong? Trusting means to have faith and…

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  • Is it good to feel pain?
    Is it good to feel pain?

    This week in our meeting, we delved into a subject we definitely all have in common… pain! Who has never felt some sort of pain? But, the question is, is it good to feel pain? When the memory of our painful moments comes to mind, the answer is most definitely NO! And that’s how the…

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  • Are you really happy?
    Are you really happy?

    “Now Naaman, captain of the host of the king of Syria, was a great man with his master, and honourable, because by him the LORD had given deliverance unto Syria: he was also a mighty man in valour, but he was a leper.” (2 Kings 5.1) Naaman was a successful man (he was the chief…

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  • In God’s time
    In God’s time

    “On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Now both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding. And when they ran out of wine, the mother of Jesus said to Him, ‘They have no wine.’ Jesus said to her, ‘Woman, what does…

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  • The wife of a wounded soldier part 2
    The wife of a wounded soldier part 2

    A car drove in the opposite direction at high speed and collided head-on with the car they were in. It was a time of great distress because my husband had several fractures in his hip and left leg. It was a month where I was constantly crying out, asking God to relieve us from all…

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