A Hurting Heart, Turned Inside Out

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For the Month of May, 2019. Purchase the paperback version of, “A Hurting Heart Turned Inside Out.”

Paperback Price- $9.00 for paperback version. $9.00 includes shipping and tax. This is for the USA only.

If you are outside the USA, contact me.  Nancy@Relationshipswithnancy.com

Also if you locate my book online (posted by me only) for a different price, such as packages, or other specials contact me with the link. I will honor past online prices posted by me only.

If you are interested in purchasing and details for, “Quotes from the Heart for Women Leaders, ” email me for details.

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Hey Writing Friends, A Song for You!

Writers who are serious about writing, understand the seasons of struggle.

Writers also may become discouraged. It is hard to explain to people who do not write, the energy needed to write.

I stumbled on this song today, and I thought this may possibly, encourage you to keep on trying. Keep on writing even if you fear failure.

When Everything in Life is Not Beautiful

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Scanning through Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and other areas online, we see smiling faces, fun, laughter, and beauty.
We see photos of groups of friends, families, events, filled with smiles.
Wouldn’t it be nice if everyday of life was filled with everyone getting along perfectly in relationships, and no problems exist?
No arguments, no anger, no sad days, and no struggles.
Although I write about joy, encouragement, kindness, and love, I realize days exist, when we experience problems in our relationships.
The smiling faces, fun, laughter and beauty only exist in our photos and words on social media.
Life may be difficult, life may be hard, people we are in relationships with are not always kind, and not always loving.
Yet, this is all part of life. It’s ok to admit, today was a difficult day. Today was a sad day.
Today I am struggling.
As we become honest with our situations, we may see ourselves without our rose colored glasses.
We may begin to admit we are sad, we are struggling and we are not sure what to do.
Yet, it is in this place we may see the solution to a problem. We may see how to build a bridge in a close relationship instead of tearing it apart.
Honesty, helps us to see reality. It is in this place, that beauty may begin to shine through.
We will begin to once again see beauty, experience joy and hear our laughter.
Honesty, is all part of healing.
Love the people God places in your life. Forgive when necessary and build a bridge.

Day 3, Women Leaders, and Quotes from the Heart

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From Tuesday April 23, to Monday April 24, I am leading a movement on all of my social media and other online areas focused on Women Leaders.

Below is one of my featured books. I was surprised to find a 5 star review on Amazon. The book is available on Kindle on Amazon, and you may also purchase a paperback copy directly from me. Purchase directly from me for $8.00.

To purchase directly from me email me at- Nancy@Relationsihpswithnancy.com

This is the 5 star review. Short and precise to the point. Most women will be able to take encouragement and stamina from the reading.  (Rita)

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Below is Day 3 for Women Leaders audio.

 

I would love to have you join our community! Check us out here.

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Free on Kindle for 48 hours

Free Kindle for 24 hours, beginning…

Hi Friends,

Beginning at 12 a.m. Pacific time in the USA, on April 16, 2019 my book, “Quotes from the Heart for Women Leaders,” will be available for free for 48 hours on Kindle only.

Go here to check out the book. If you desire a reminder when the book is available for free, join our community to receive the link for the release of the free offer. Go to the link below.

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Born Not to Quit, Resilience

My word for Monday was RESILIENCE

Yesterday was a great day. I worked on my Go Fund Campaign. It is moving slow, but I am determined to continue on. I was chatting with a friend Monday evening, and she agreed with me as we chatted, about tough financial times in the past, but as we look back we are reminded that we made it through.

I think back to the time when I became a single mom, and lived on $200 per week. The loss of my job a few years ago, walking in the snow, and in the rain to go to the bank, and pick up my groceries. The loss of my car, because I could not make the payments, and many more struggles, but I made it through.

A constant time of living on the edge of homelessness, and yet staying off the street, and moving forward.

It seems I was born with the buzzword of today. The word is resilience. If you are not familiar with the word resilience it is defined as; the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness, the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.

No matter how hard I fall, or what happens I am able to eventually get back up. I may fall apart in the background, confess my struggle to people close to me, and then get back up and continue on. I may cry and not understand, but I continue on.

During the worst of times, I launched Relationships of the Heart, published 2 books, and I traveled to Tanzania, India, Japan, and Kenya.

AND now, I am stepping back into the public eye once again. This time it will be online and offline. God and I had a short meeting on Sunday during a message from my Pastor. I had one conversation about this with a friend. I am in a season even if I am low on finances, I will not give up, and I will not quit.

I will move ahead with the out of state radio interview, the ad placements for my book in 3 counties, and allowing the radio station to place my live interview on a morning show, and the evening news.

The enemy of my soul, always fights against me in one area of my life when I take a leap of faith. The area is in finances. I will not quit, and I will not back down, even when I receive messages telling me that I should quit.

I did not walk through this fire to quit at the age of 60.

My Grandmother lived to be 101, and she reminded me when she was in her 90’s, “Nancy do not wait to do what you know you are to do. Do it while you are able.”

AND so I continue on in the battle. Cherishing my Grandmother’s words, and my growing up years with my Father, who constantly said, “Don’t quit Nancy. Yes, you can do this.”

Onward I go, even when I do not know how everything will work out. I hope you will do the same, in the middle of your struggles and uncertainties.

If you would like to check out my latest crowdfunding campaign see the previous blog post.

Nancy
Founder and Leader of Relationships of the Heart