Some of you, like me, deal with various health challenges in your own lives or in the lives of those you love. I have struggled with heart disease and diabetes for 20 years. I also have the added burden of peripheral neuropathy. I feel compelled to share with you something that has actually worked to improve my health in a major way. I didn’t think this was possible.
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My second husband, to whom I am sealed, has given up on his ambitions and believes he has failed as a man and a husband and wants to "release me" to marry another man. I have told him that I am committed to my covenants to him and will not re-marry because I will always love him, but that has not swayed his decision in any way.
Butternut squash is delicious and hearty but can sometimes take a long time to peel and cook. This butternut squash soup recipe from our friends at Thrive Life gives you the same taste you love in about half the amount of time—all from ingredients you can have in your food storage.
There has been a slow start to flu season this year but the holidays have proven to be a breeding ground and now many are ill. Here are some suggestions to keep your family healthy and to prepare your home in case you have to hole up while you heal up.
The popular, free genealogy website, FamilySearch.org, announced its 2019 plans to enhance its record search and Family Tree search capabilities and introduce new interactive discovery experiences. In addition to over 300 million additional historical records and images for family history discoveries, look for the following new offerings in 2019.
I have one brother, whom everyone loves dearly. He is the guy with the golden tongue—a natural charmer who gets out of many conversations that, to me, are crucial. He is not one to put family first—his priority is looking good and charming whoever may be around him. As a result, I become the younger sister who is left to pick up the pieces and bear the brunt of his unreliable ways. What do I do?
Our kids are tired of the same "porn is bad" talk and need better information from us on how to navigate the sex-saturated world that surrounds them. In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Dean Busby, director of the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University, who co-authored a book called "A Better Way to Teach Kids About Sex", which includes a chapter on how to have a better conversation about pornography.