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Jackie M. Johnson

February 08, 2016

5 Ways to Be a Happy Single on Valentine's Day

Single on Valentine’s Day? February 14, the holiday that celebrates all things love and romance, can be challenging if you don't have a special someone in your life right now. I know people ...

January 20, 2016

5 Keys for Dealing with Emotions after a Relationship Breakup

“I can’t do this any more.” “Things aren’t working out between us.” “I’ve found someone else.” You left. He left. You broke up, separate

December 28, 2015

6 Ways to Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet!

It happens in a blink of an eye. The old is gone; the new comes. When the clock strikes midnight on December 31, suddenly it’s a brand new year. A blank slate. A new beginning.

December 07, 2015

Mixed Signals: Are We Dating or Just Friends?

When a guy sends mixed signals—like treating you like a girlfriend one minute and then treating you like you’re “just friends” the next (or ignoring you completely)—

November 30, 2015

A Season of Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving Day in America, and you know what that means? For many people, the ready answer is food, football and family. Holiday tables will be jam-packed with turkey, stuffing, mashed ...

November 04, 2015

Dealing with Emotions: Anger

Sometimes a little annoyance can turn into a larger irritation and result in a whole lot of anger. We all get angry once in a while and that’s normal. But when we ignore it, hide it, or ...

September 28, 2015

Nancy Leigh DeMoss’ Engagement and 6 Ways for Singles to Wait Well

When I first heard the news of Nancy Leigh DeMoss’ engagement I was surprised and delighted. Every single woman I’ve talked to—and most likely countless singles across America and

September 09, 2015

Exhausted? 5 Lies That Keep You from Real Rest

The past few months had been a whirlwind of activity—working copious overtime hours, writing another book, leading a weekly Bible study and other obligations—and tension was taking its t