I'm pretty open about my spirituality and practices. I consider myself a christian and value a personal relationship with God. This also means I believe that prayer, selflessness, confessions, and giving are important principles in my relationship with God.
Blog Contributor: Dr. Victoria Shedrick So how much time do you have? I’ve got about two to three minutes to grab your attention and make a point here! But if it’s not the endless lists and check-boxes in your head, your phone buzzing with a text or email, a television that no one’s really watching in the background, or maybe your child tugging at your leg to show you something, I’m sure you’re distracted while reading this.
stig·ma noun \ ˈ stig-mə\ plural stig·ma·ta or stig·mas 1 a archaic : a scar left by a hot iron : brand b : a mark of shame or discredit : stain <bore the stigma of cowardice> c : an identifying mark or characteristic; specifically : a specific diagnostic sign of a disease (from Merriam and Webster Dictionary: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stigma)