Are you beyond sick and tired

Listen to my radio show, my guest tonight was Rachel Grant she provides a compassionate and challenging approach for her clients while using coaching as opposed to therapeutic models. She is a member of the International Coach Federation & San Francisco Coaches. www.rachelgrantcoaching.com

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Same God back then, same God right now

TYE TRIBBETT LYRICS

“If He Did It Before (Same God)”

Hey, if he did it before, he can do it again

Hey, if he did it before, he can do it again

I won’t give in, no I’m not gonn turn around, yeah

I know I’ll win, if i don’t give up now

I am waiting, for my change to come in I know

He will come through, this is how I’m so sure

If he did it before, he can do it again

Same god right now, same god back then

If he did it before, he can do it again

Same god right now, same god back then

I’ve got power, I know I will overcome

Greater is in me, the fight ain’t fair cause I’ve already won

and yes i may fall,and get knocked down to the ground

I know I’ll rise up, this is how I’m so sure

If he did it before, he can do it again

Same god right now, same god back then

If he did it before, he can do it again

Same god right now, same god back then

Please be, encouraged, this is not the first storm you’ve been through

You’ve been through worse, you didn’t come this far just to lose

He knows your needs, so take no thoughts on what you lost

God will restore, and this is how I’m sure

If he did it before, he can do it again

Same god right now, same god back then

If he did it before, he can do it again

Same god right now, same god back then.

He is same God right now

He is, He is same God right now

He is, same God right now

Same God right now

Same God back then

If He did it before,

He can do it again

Choices

“You deserve respect, support, and acknowledgment. You do not gain by remaining part of a family system that undermines your well-being. In fact, many survivors have made great strides in healing by cutting the cord. But you do not have to make radical changes all at once. You have choices every step of the way.” The Courage to Heal by Ellen Bass & Laura Davis

Be Brave

“Survivors who have actively faced their healing are some of the most lively, spunky, brave, fun, wonderful people I know. There’s something about diving into the deepest pain in life and coming out whole, that leads us to enjoy each precious moment of life, because we know it’s all we’ve got. Instead of responding to the pain of the past, survivors learn to appreciate the wild beauty of the present.” Allies in Healing by Laura Davis

Hidden Secrets

“Deciding to search out the hidden secrets in your past will be as rewarding as it is painful. Not only will you have the opportunity to finally address the damage from the abuse itself but you will also be able to free yourself of the burden of carrying repressed trauma memories…your mind and body will no longer have to struggle to suppress such a heavy load.” Allies in Healing by Laura Davis

Secret Survivors

“You can take as much time as you need [to heal]. If you were molested in childhood, you may not have been in control of what happened to you then, but you are now. Today you are much more in control of your experience, of what you deal with, how much you feel, and for how long you experience it. The process of recovery is slow, should be slow, as you struggle between needing to know and being afraid to see.” Secret Survivors by E. Sue Blume