Love Languages according to Gary Chapman
Gary Chapman initially published The Five Love Languages in 1992. He points out that knowing your partner's love language can help to strengthen a relationship. Chapman, in his book, demonstrates how we can give and receive love, letting both partners feel loved and appreciated. We all have a primary way of receiving and giving love. Unfortunately, many of us love the way we want to receive it instead of figuring out what our partner needs and learning their love language.
Online campaign for family in Texas tragedy reaches $2.8 Million
photo of computerPhoto by Dayne Topkin (Unsplash) An online fundraiser for the children of Irma Garcia, a beloved schoolteacher killed in the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting, and Joe Garcia, her husband, who died of a heart attack two days later, has raised more than $2.8 million dollars.
Receiving More in Life
Who doesn't like to receive good things from others? When you receive a gift from someone, it is often given out of appreciation or to thank you for something. Some people get as much or more satisfaction from giving than they do from receiving. What can a giver get that someone who receives cannot? Let's explore this idea.
Path House serves homeless people who need a less traditional touch
While most people in town know about the Fifth Street Shelter, a place that over the years has served many homeless in our community and those passing through, some homeless people do not fit into the requirements required of residents of the shelter.
Macy's 'Believes in the Magic of Christmas'
Macy's 'Believe' campaign embodies the holiday spirit.(AshokaJegroo/Wikimedia Commons) Since 2007, Macy's 'Believe' campaign has helped the Make-A-Wish foundation raise millions.