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Questions to Ask Before Getting a Preventative Mastectomy

Should You Get a Preventative Double Mastectomy?

“Sometimes you gotta take a bullet to dodge a cannonball,” says cancer survivor Joel Slaven. If you’re wondering if you should get a preventative mastectomy, you might think of breast cancer as the cannonball and surgery as the bullet. A double mastectomy will wound you and change you forever…but it won’t destroy you like a cannonball.
Treasured Gift Idea for a New Mother Post Cesarean

10 Gift Ideas for New Mothers After a Cesarean Birth

These gifts and ideas for new mothers after a cesarean birth will lift her spirits and help her heal. The road to recovery after a c-section can be long and tiring; these gift ideas are inspired by advice from ob-gyns, family doctors and mothers who know about cesarean surgery and recovery.
She Blossoms How to Stop Wasting Your Life on Meaningless Things Blossom Tip 86

How I Wasted a Day With the Devil

I couldn't decide if I should call this Blossom Tip "How to Stop Wasting Your Life Doing Meaningless Things" or "How I Wasted a Day With the Devil." As you can see, "meaningless things" won! Which title would you have chosen? I'd love to know what you think in the comments below. Do you prefer 1 (How to Stop Wasting Your Life Doing Meaningless Things) or 2 (How I Wasted a Day With the Devil)?
She Blossoms Heavenbound Blossom Tip 84

How to Know You’re Going to Heaven

Maybe you don’t believe in the “heaven” of childhood fairy tales — but isn’t there a wee part of you that hopes such a place exists? A new creation, perhaps even a new earth, where you meet the people and pets you loved and lost. A place of comfort, peace, joy, rest, play, and even meaningful work.
What to Do When Youre Waiting on God Exodus 32 Blossom Tips

How to Wait on God Without Losing Hope or Faith

What do you do when you’re waiting for God to move in your life? Maybe you’re waiting to hear about a test result (pregnancy, urine, stool or school), a job interview, a judgement in a court case, or even an acceptance to college or university.