Cydney Hatch

Cydney Hatch

@wheneternityisnotforever

Polkadot wearing blogger, photographer, & author of "When Eternity Is Not Forever":a book of hope, faith and love for the LDS divorced ©2018
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One of my greatest and most happy moments was the second I realized that I had arrived to a place where marriage would add happiness to my life, not make my life happy. You are whole and of value single, divorced or married—- relationship circumstances don’t dictate life fulfillment. You can be happy today! selfworth value lds mormon ldsdivorce mormondivorce mormondating dontsettle selfworth ldsdivorcesupport singlelife single ldswoman ldswomeb ldsblogger findyourway happybeingme sundayfunday sunday sundayvibes happy enjoylife beyourself

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Do you ever feel like God is not listening? I understand. There were many nights I cried wanting the pain of my circumstances to go away. I wanted answers and they did not come until a lot of damage was done. I became broken when it could have been easy for God to save me at anytime. SO WHY? This persistence of prayer is not because God is "away" and needing another sticky note reminder. He is not dead. This persistence of prayer has less to do about God and has more to do about you. Maybe you are not ready for the answer you will get. Maybe you are so stuck on YOUR answer that you are blind to Him. Maybe the answer eludes because the knowledge you have is not enough yet. Regardless of the "whys" God always answers prayers. His timing is perfect and its our job to see the waiting period for what it is. It is a special time to learn with Him--- His's NO is not rejection but redirection. This redirection will bless you if you allow the growth, refinement and renewal. I thank Him for unanswered prayers as it led me to find myself through Him. prayer pray prayers lds mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce ldswomen ldswoman selfhelp motivation sunday sundayfunday sundayvibes sunset sunlight godisgood godisalwayswithme selfreflection growth strength @manassasnps ldsblogger

1 Days ago
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You were not born to fear love. Let that sink in for a little bit. No earthly love is perfect but take time to reflect on the influences of others in your life. Do they add or make you fear/question love? To fear love is a learned behavior so be careful who you allow in your life. Surround yourself with people who add love to your life. Cherish people who radiate the love God has for everyone. God’s love is perfect so when you question love, look to His example. When you do, you will forever believe that love exists. godislove love loveoneanother bekind lds mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce ldsblogger ldswomen ldswoman selfhelp loveeveryone kindnessmatters motivation motivationalquotes selfreflection

4 Days ago
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What is your life motto or a quote that has helped you throughout life? Share below! 🖤 quotes lifemotto motivation motivationalquotes lds mormondivorce mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport divorce quotestoliveby goodreads goodvibes sharethelove ldswoman ldswomen ldsblogger

4 Days ago
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🎼”I GET KNOCKED DOWN BUT I GET UP AGAIN...” Resilience is a spiritual gift to get back on your feet when life knocks you down. It is not letting failure or heartbreak overcome and drain resolve but finding ways to rise from the ashes. We may falter and fall but we do not have to fail. Wear your tragedies like wings of learning and freedom not shackles keeping you down. You have the power to be unstoppable, develop the knowledge that only you have the power and responsibility to pick yourself up—-God can help you along this journey to press on when your feet are weary. You are not alone and there are many people who can be a resource of comfort, love and strength. Divorce does not need to be the reason you cannot go on! You can and you will! (Don’t mind the falling 3 on the garage 🤣) beastmode overcome innerstrength youcandoit youcandothis lds mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce faith resilience bestrong riseabove godisgood motivation ldsblogger ldswomen ldswoman

6 Days ago
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ASK YOURSELF: What is the risk right now I need to take to feel closer to the Lord? What is the risk I need to take to feel closer to other people? What is the risk I need to take to set the skills and talents I want to develop? What is the risk I need to take to build Zion in my life? motivation motivationalquotes risk zion lds ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce mormon question questions selfhelp selfreflection innerpeace change changeisgood changeyourlife godisgood ldsblogger ldswoman ldswomen

6 Days ago
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Whether you like it or not, people are watching you right now. Just like a highway accident causes many to “rubberneck”, divorce, at times, makes people want to slow down to watch other people’s lives. It could be curiosity, part bad manners, picking sides or another part is fear. “What if this happened to me, what would I do?”… “I wonder what she did to deserve this?”… “Were they Temple worthy?”… “Is she wearing her garments?” The questions can flood and people just can’t look away! The accident is too good to ignore to mind their own business… People are ultimately watching how you handle this: what you do, how you act, the choices you make. They are talking about you, placing bets on how you will fare and will even try to fill in the spaces of the story they know nothing about--- this can hurt and I don’t mean to say this to upset you. I say this to illustrate the spotlight at hand! Use this unwanted attention to be a light for good things. Heal properly, serve others, continue to love, and learn to forgive. Make godly decisions and take the high road. Take your time. Mostly in the spotlight learn that the only person that matters, the only person who truly knows what happened in this accident is God. Let the cars roll by and just know things will be alright, don’t worry about them. They get a glimpse when God sees the entire story--- stay focused and don’t lose your energy on the “drive bys.” lds ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce mormon divorce bethegoodintheworld dogood begood riseabove bebetter rubbernecking gossip gossiphurts bekind kindnessmatters monday mondaymotivation motivation selfhelp godisgood reality opinion judement dontjudgeme dontjudge ldsblogger ldswomen ldswoman

7 Days ago
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DEUTERONOMY 4:31 Abandonment is unfortunately scary for many people. It can hurt relationships and keep many in unhealthy situations. Perhaps you have been abandoned by your spouse... physically, spiritually or emotionally. Feeling alone, having to start over and feeling unworthy is horrible! No one wants to ever feel unwanted and not worth someone’s time or respect. But one thing to know: we do not have to fear the departure of anyone if we know that God will never leave us. Yes, loneliness and heartbreak will happen but this is temporary. If God is with us we have nothing to fear. When you feel alone: stick this scriptural promise directly in the face of abandonment! The power of God is great! abandonment relationships godisgood godisgreat monday mondaymotivation selfhelp lds mormon mormondivorce ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport innerstrength divorce selflove youcandothis youcandoit strength ldsblogger ldswomen ldswoman

7 Days ago
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Change is always something we reflect upon starting a new year- Many are hell bent on “out with the old, in with the new” but are we truly ready for that transition in our lives? Whatever it is we desire for this year, if we want to invite good and new things into our lives, we need to make space for them. If we are too cluttered, busy or not mentally ready for these new possibilities or opportunities--- how on earth can we change? We need to create space and I don't mean throwing out boxes or going hog wild on Feng shui but moreso creating: Space in our schedules. Space in our heads. Space in our hearts. De-clutter your 2018. Make space for new love, new people and places. Open your mind for new thoughts, ideas and experiences. Open your schedule to help others and yourself. Create space for true change in your life! newyear newyearsresolution 2018 change selfhelp lds mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce ldsblogger ldswoman ldswomen mentalhealth innerpeace changeyourlife motivation simplicity simplify happy ldswoman ldswomen ldsblogger

10 Days ago
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Matthew 9:22-“But Jesus turned him about, and when he saw her, he said, Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole. And the woman was made whole from that hour.” Sometimes I think we hold onto the past too long, maybe because we are afraid of making the same mistakes or simply aren’t ready to move on. Maybe it’s because we are scared to let go of the things we know or that holding onto negativity toward someone that hurt us somehow protects us from being hurt again. But why hold onto the raincloud when God has a rainbow ready for you to enjoy? He sacrificed His son for you to have joy. We need not hold onto the rain Remember: We need to embrace the rainbow after the storm. Yes, it is okay to do so. We are allowed to move on without the scars, worries and burdens of the past. We do not need to punish ourselves with memories. We are allowed to sparkle and be colorful again. 🌈☀️ lds friday friyay mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport rain rainbow divorce mormondivorce selfhelp motivation ldsblogger ldswomen ldswoman happy happiness behappy moveon happyvibes

10 Days ago
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I am too blessed to have hate in my heart. 🖤 There are many times in life when anger, hate and ugliness can be the easy choice justified by misdeeds and hurt caused by others. It is in these moments that the high road is the last road you want to take as you speed off flipping the bird off to the world but RISE AND SEE THE BLESSINGS. BE MORE. BE BETTER. You are higher than the ugly, hurt and hate. When life gets hurtful, sad or disappointing rise above and count the blessing rather than add to the misery of the situation. Hate holds you back, forgiveness frees you! God crowns you with more than the disappointments in life. Remember that! riseup rise bebetter love bekind lds mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport ldsblogger ldswoman ldswomen divorce risesbove choosekind

11 Days ago
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Fill in the blank and share below! 🖤 What will your 2018 be like? newyears newyearsresolution resolution resolutions2018 change selfimprovement selfhelp lds mormondivorce mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport 2018 2018goals ldsblogger ldswoman ldswomen inspire questionoftheday

12 Days ago
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You might have envisioned a significant career, your own family, solid faith, a beautiful home and a life long marriage but sadly sometimes life does not go to plan. Those dreams are often replaced by the harsh realities of life. When that reality stings, remember: God does not ask us to settle for anything less than what He intends; we are the ones who settle. We are the ones who tend to “see” small when life hurts but remember you can always see yourself how you used to. You can undergo a spiritual makeover and be a new creation in Christ. Nothing is impossible with God and do not forget to be bigger and better than what life makes you want to settle for. Stay strong for the dreams and good things life can bring—- they are coming. godigood lds Mormon divorce ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce dontsettle motivationalquotes motivation ldsblogger ldswoman ldswomen dream expressyourself selfhelp selflove

13 Days ago
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Isaiah 65:24 God knows the desires of our hearts without us even sharing a word. So one might ask: If He already knows what I need or what is wrong, why pray? Why is He not answering my prayers when He knows my problems? The reason for prayer is to have time to develop a relationship, not a request. It’s a time to not seek an answer but to be in the presence of the One who knows. It is special time away from your problems to be with a loving, all-knowing God who can lift burdens and brighten your heart when things are tough. It’s a gift of quality time. prayer pray lds mormon godisgood jesus tuesdaymotivation love divorce ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormondivorce prayers prayalways prayforme ldsblogger ldswoman

13 Days ago
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New Year, new possibilities 🖤 lds mormon ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormondivorce selflove selfcare selfhelp newyearseve newyears newyear newyou @mormonchannel

15 Days ago
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Exodus 12:2- “This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you.” A New Year is upon you, and perhaps this is the first New Year where you can feel hopeful and empowered. As you start over after divorce, it can be daunting, scary, and lonely. You are probably not where you want to be but with all of your God- given abilities and talents, you can be self-reliant and successful. Your new year does not need to be overwhelming or scary.  You can make healthy and realistic resolutions for your new year and new you. Think about setting new boundaries, new ways to love yourself, new money management plans, developing skills, new friends, workout routines, or opportunities for service. The possibilities are endless. Stick to them and this can push you to become who you want to be this year!  You were given a second chance; think about what you can do with this new chapter in your life. Make the new year count. Look forward not backwards; you are not going that way! newyearseve newyears lds mormon ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormondivorce newyearnewme newyou selflove selfcare motivation newyears ldsblogger ldswoman divorce secondchances newyearseve nye nye2017

16 Days ago
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Elder Orson F. Whitney -–“No pain that we suffer, no trial that we experience is wasted. … All that we suffer and all that we endure, especially when we endure it patiently, builds up our characters, purifies our hearts, expands our souls, and makes us more tender and charitable. … It is through sorrow and suffering, toil and tribulation that we gain the education that we come here to acquire.” I remember so many times wondering what purpose was served by going through a painful divorce. In the beginning, everything about divorce was negative, and I really struggled to see any purpose in it all. My life changed completely, I lost friends and loved ones, I was embarrassed, I was angry, and I had horrible emotional scars. As far as I could tell, I did everything right. I was faithful, I got married in the temple, I was a good wife…but things still went wrong. None of my friends had to go through divorce - so why me? I felt like marriage wasted a huge chunk of my life. Well, to be honest I still do not know why I had to go through a divorce. I don’t know why God made me grow this way. What I came to learn, however, is that nothing was taken away from me. Though the experience was initially painful,; I ultimately only saw important improvements in my life. I learned to be kind and accepting because I knew what it was like to be extremely lonely. I learned how Christ heals and helps my life. I learned that strength comes from integration and ward community. I learned that my heart can always grow to be bigger. I learned about forgiveness and strength. I learned who my true friends were. I learned of family love and support. I learned who I needed to be. Just because a process hurts or costs you time, it doesn’t mean that the results won’t be beautiful. You might not ever know the “why” of many things and it might feel like time was wasted...It might take you a while to see the silver linings in experiences but no experience is wasted. Time is precious but so is the time to learn. lds mormon ldsdivorce divorce ldsdivorcesupport ldsblogger ldswoman time timehop selflove selfgrowth growth motivationmonday motivationalquotes monday motivation

17 Days ago
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This holiday, focus on what truly matters and look for the simple things in life 🖤 when you do so, your life is happier, fulfilling and peaceful! Look for ways to give and love those around you better! ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce holidays christmas whatmattersmost family friends lds mormon ldsblogger love peace ldswoman divorce simplify simplicity motivationalquotes motivation kindnessmatters

23 Days ago
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Isaiah 35:1-“The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose.” I have always had a passion for world religions. I had an inspiring history teacher who introduced me to a world of beautiful spirituality and goodness. I forever praise her name because she brought an added measure of truth and religion into my life. One religion I particularly felt drawn to is the Buddhist faith. I was fascinated with its focus of self, a person’s connection with the world and its rich symbolism. One of the symbols I found absolutely inspiring is the lotus flower. The Buddha once stated, "Just as a red, blue, or white lotus born in the water and growing in the water, rises up above the water and stands with no water adhering to it, in the same way the Tathagata (Buddha) — freed, dissociated and released … — dwells with unrestricted awareness." -The Buddha (Bahuna Sutta, Anguttara Nikaya X.81) I went on to research the science behind lotus flowers and found that the lotus flower starts at the bottom of a muddy water mass and slowly emerges toward the surface where it bursts into a beautiful blossom. The flower does not carry the mud it came from; it is clean, beautiful and bursting with color. How truly beautiful is the lotus as it grows from mud, it is unstained. You can find rich symbolism, as you are the lotus flower. You might be dealing with the darkness of the murky waters now, but as the petals unfold towards the surface we become like the lotus rising into something beautiful. You do not carry any mud from the bottom, you have risen to be beautiful and pure. Rejoice in the knowledge that the more murky the waters, the more beautiful the blossom will be. You will rise to see the sun just as the lotus flower does. Enjoy this photo I took when I visited the Preston England temple as well as their beautiful lotus flowers on the grounds 🖤 lds ldstemple ldstemples mormontemple ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce mormon buddha buddhism lotus lotusflower peace godisgood tbt motivationalquotes ldsblogger ldswoman selfworth innerpeace growth namaste

27 Days ago
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John 1:5 “And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.” My life did not go as planned and throughout my divorce I was constantly reminded of that. The darkness kept me in a painful need for logic, trying to make sense of WHY things happened to me, let alone WHAT happened to me. The darkness could not make sense of my life changes, it could not give me comfort and mostly it did not help me progress. The darkness could not give me anything but the light did. The light came through the Atonement of Jesus Christ which made sense of everything. I wish I could articulate the power that came into my life as I invited Christ to fill the holes that life created. His power explained the unexplainable, gave peace to the unsolveable and mostly gave love when it was unattainable. When the things of life were dark he made it light. The Atonement is not just for sinners, it is for good people who have bad things happen to them. It is for individuals who need hope and answers. It is for individuals who need strength and direction. The Atonement is for us to make it through this life when it is not easy--- it is always for those who try. Do not forget to turn on the light when all things seem dark. Pray. Read. Serve. Love and the light will be yours. divorce ldsdivorce mormondivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormon lds ldsblogger ldswoman lighttheworld light darkness jesuschrist jesus godisgood motivationalquotes motivation tbt iceland ldsquotes mormongirl divorced atonement

27 Days ago
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Thank you to everyone who has followed my IG and Twitter page for "When Eternity is Not Forever"! We are at 2,000 followers and counting! I feel extremely blessed! There is so much more work to do in creating positive social change around divorce in the LDS community and I am excited to take it head on. All the support and love I have gotten during this project has been out of this world awesome! THANK YOU! Exciting things coming in 2018 include: -The website launch -Podcasts w/ @leading_lds and other inspiring organizations -Media features in D.C., California and Utah and we cannot forget... the BOOK launch! If you are not already, I invite you to come visit, follow along and invite friends! All of the support and love means the world to me! You all ROCK! lds mormon ldsblogger ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce divorce followforfollow follow4follow tbt

33 Days ago
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Mosiah 4:5-“ For behold, if the knowledge of the goodness of God at this time has awakened you to a sense of your nothingness, and your worthless and fallen state.” I used to think I was tough. I am a stubborn, strong headed, driven, and independent woman. I have already been through hard things in life but when divorce happened I was floored by the things I learned about myself. Everything I knew: my strengths, weaknesses, self-perception and relationships changed. I thought I had it all figured out but I soon found out how little I had known. By the end of the year, I was stripped of pride and control. I was humbled by the many lessons I learned through God. I learned I was nothing without Him. I do not say I am nothing to be self-degrading or to lessen my importance as a person but I share this thought to show that I am no better than everyone else trying to get through life, but ultimately I am nothing without God. Through my divorce I had complete dependence on Him, Christ, as my only anchor in a sea of change. I noticed that without Him I am truly without direction, nothing. I needed Him to get through this and so do you. I don’t know where I could be truthfully if I didn’t have the gospel in my life. Accept the state of nothingness and let God build from that humble state. What grows from the dirt is quite amazing. If you feel the nothingness in your life, know God can make you everything. lds mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce ldsblogger ldswoman hustle godisgood bebetter strength growthmindset

34 Days ago
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I struggled to believe I was a “loveable” person after my divorce. I thought I was so unwanted, uninteresting, ugly and undesirable. Through a long process I came to know: you are ENOUGH. You are enough at your worst, your best and everything in between. All that you are is enough. We fall in love with imperfect people and they fall in love with our imperfect selves. We don't have to get everything 100% right before we are worthy of love. We are worthy today, in all our glory! Don’t let life’s trials or one individual teach you that you are unworthy of love—that simply is not true. love selflove youareenough lds mormon ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormondivorce ldsblogger selfcare selfworth divinenature youmatter ldswoman

35 Days ago
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On Christmas day, 1863, Longfellow—a 57-year-old widowed father who had seen many struggles throughout his life and involvement with the Civil War—wrote a poem seeking to capture the conflictions in his heart and the world he observes around him. He heard the Christmas bells that December day and the singing of “peace on earth” (Luke 2:14), but he observed the world of injustice and violence that seemed to mock the truthfulness of this optimistic outlook. From that he created something honest and relatable. This song is my favorite Christmas hymn as it sings of beautiful hope and Gods involvement. In the midst of hardships there is always confident hope. There is joy in the Savior who can conquer all sadness and despair. “God is not dead nor doth he sleep,” is a phrase to know God is always aware of you. You might be having a hard Christmas holiday, but if you cannot sing the joyous songs of the season find comfort in the hope this song brings. christmas christmashymn christmasmusic lds mormon ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormondivorce divorce lighttheworld happiness christmastime sunday sundayfunday sundayvibes jesus christmasshopping jesuschrist savioroftheworld savior ldswoman ldsblogger

36 Days ago
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2017 has been an amazing year thanks to all of you! I have the best supporters, followers and friends! I hope to continue my work in creating positive dialog and social change towards divorce in the LDS community, so continue to follow along as I launch my website and book in 2018! Happy times ahead and more work to do! Thank you to everyone who has supported me as well as those who have commented and shared their story with me. You are absolutely amazing! lds mormon ldsdivorce mormondivorce ldsdivorcesupport bestofnine2017 bestofnine thankyoy fff followme 2017 ldswomen ldsbloggee

37 Days ago
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Happiness is a fluid state. Don’t look back for it. In life, things change. Divorces happen, people move on, others die. Money, houses and jobs will come and go. Change comes with being human. The fact that you are still here standing is important. You have learned, experienced and loved. Don't look back, look ahead. Decide to use all of your knowledge, skills and life lessons from your mistakes, heartbreaks and setbacks, to start over again. Life changes. You may not have the same life as before, but you can still be happy. It's all within your reach and what you decide it to be. What is happy? Throughout life you have to redefine what it is in every new stage but you always can find it. Happiness will be in your future, I promise. friday lds mormon ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormondivorce happiness behappy friyay fridayvibes selfworth california sunset ldsblogger ldswoman

38 Days ago
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The best gift you can give yourself is building the courage to know you deserve better and learning to re-teach that concept to your mind/heart after divorce. You deserve all the happiness the world can give. Don’t sell yourself short and enjoy the gift of trying again. LDS ldsdivorce divorce lifeafterdivorce mormon mormondivorce ldsdivorcesupport christmas tbt giftwrapping pompom christmastime gift selflove bekindtoyourself lighttheworld ldswoman ldsblogger

39 Days ago
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“The world of humanity is possessed of two wings: the male and the female. So long as these two wings are not equivalent in strength, the bird will not fly.” -Abdu'l-Bahá Equality in marriage was painful thing for me as I was controlled and decided for. Many times when I had hoped for communication, I found decisions were made for me without thoughtful inclusion. There are many of you who might be in a marriage like mine where equality did not happen... know this is not how God intended marriage. You are equal. You are worthy. The Family: A Proclamation to the World teaches that man and woman have specific, God-ordained responsibilities within an equal partnership, with neither husband nor wife seeking to dominate the other. This is dominance physically, emotionally and spiritually. When partners in a marriage value equality, although not always perfect, they see each other as equals, treat each other with respect, consider each other’s needs, and support one another. Equal partners agree on life goals together and work as a team to achieve them. They show equal commitment/efforts to the relationship and provide mutual support and love. Each values the other’s work life (in and out of the home) as highly as his or her own. Spirituality is also equal in a partnership as having the Priesthood or mission experiences does not make someone more important or spiritual than someone who does not. You get revelation for yourself and as a couple you discuss and involve each other in decisions made for the head and heart of the family. If you are struggling with feeling less than equal, know you are meant to be of God's glory just as equally as your partner. Pray, visit the Temple and learn about Adam and Eve--- I found that to be extremely helpful. As you read, inform and develop your self worth you will be helped in dealing with the problems at hand. Marriage is of love. Marriage is of empathy. Marriage is of compromise and cooperation. lds ldsdivorce mormondivorce ldsdivorcesupport equality marriage mormon divorce loveoneanother monday motivationalquotes motivationmonday ldstemple temple ldswoman ldsblogger

42 Days ago
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VISIT MY IG STORY! The holidays are upon us and if this is your first holiday separated or divorced it can be a difficult time. Holiday cheer might create deep feelings of loneliness and loss as we surround ourselves with traditions, family, friends and gifts. Know the feelings you might have will not be forever—every year it gets better as you heal and develop new traditions, memories and faith. Check out my IG story for tips on how to not only survive but how to make the most of your holidays through divorce and separation. May you take this time to simplify your season with love, service and faith 🖤lds mormon ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormondivorce divorcedivorceholiday holidayseason alone alonefortheholidays lonliness sundayfunday sunday motivation motivationalquotes holidaysurvivalguide guide christmas holiday ldswoman ldsblogger

43 Days ago
Cydney Hatch (wheneternityisnotforever) Instagram Photos and Videos

Cydney Hatch

@wheneternityisnotforever


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Luke 2:16 “And they came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph, and the babe lying in a manger.” Every Christmas Eve, I read the Christmas story with my family. As this is part of our preparations for celebrating Christmas, we would reflect on the gift of the Savior and how many came to His side at the time of His birth. I have developed a particular love for the above scripture as it uses the phrase: “They came with haste.” The word haste means: to be quick to do something. Shepherds, angels and wise men made great efforts to come to the side of Jesus to see Him. During the holidays and as I reflect on the new year ahead, I have learned to ask myself: “What efforts am I making to hasten my path towards Christ? What am I doing, sacrificing or developing to hasten myself to Him and His example?” Coming unto Christ is more than just taking His name upon ourselves but moreso seeing as He sees, striving to learn of Him, to follow Him and to become more like Him. What would we hastily give up at His feet to become better? lds mormon christmas christmasdevotional jesus ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormondivorce jesuschrist christ christisborn lightoftheworld love godisgood sundayfunday sunday monday mondaymotivation ldswoman friday ldsblogger

43 Days ago
Cydney Hatch (wheneternityisnotforever) Instagram Photos and Videos

Cydney Hatch

@wheneternityisnotforever


Comment from Cydney Hatch:


D&C 58:3 Sometimes life just sucks. Momma did indeed say there would be days like this… so regardless of if you live righteously or you are living on the wild side, life happens… it is not reserved for those “who deserve it” but for everyone, even the righteous. I know we can look at our lives and feel completely derailed. I know when these moments happen it’s hard not to blame our problems on an unseen God who seems to be neglectful, letting unfair things happen. But when these sad and unexplained things happen, it’s not about God it’s about YOU and how you will move forward. A really dark experience can be like a metaphorical “near-death experience”where you truly see what matters most. Not everyone believes that certain things “happen for a reason,” but opening yourself to how a negative experience could be supporting you is a powerful way to stop resisting reality and opening yourself to the future. Acceptance frees you from the bitter and bad place asking “WHY” keeps you. WHY never helped me in my healing... but being my stubborn self I wanted to solve it all on my own. I tortured myself trying to make sense of things that just didn’t have answers. I realized that this was one of my biggest teaching moments, where I had to change my thought process. I decided I wanted my first thoughts moving forward to be this, “Lord, I totally get it… I know you are here… I know you haven't left me. Tell me what it is you want me to learn." ldsdivorce ldsdivorcesupport mormon mormondivorce divorce positivevibes lds growth growthmindset bestrong godisgood godislove jesus utah humility humble teachingmoment thegospel ldswoman ldsblogger

48 Days ago
Cydney Hatch (wheneternityisnotforever) Instagram Photos and Videos

Cydney Hatch

@wheneternityisnotforever


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If you’re separated or divorced, you may be dreading the holidays. Sadly, the “most wonderful time of the year” quickly becomes the 12 days of “ugh I’m alone and miserable” but with creativity and hope you can cope with – and even enjoy – holidays. This week I will be sharing 10 ways you can make the most of your holiday season. It is not an easy time but with self reflection, service and the love of God you can feel joy in a time that can be pretty lonely! Remember: You are not alone. Stay tuned for this and exciting things coming at the end of December! 🖤 holidays ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce mormon mormondivorce christmas alone motivationalquotes motivation alonequotes divorce love lds christmastime alonefortheholidays ldswoman friday ldsblogger

50 Days ago
Cydney Hatch (wheneternityisnotforever) Instagram Photos and Videos

Cydney Hatch

@wheneternityisnotforever


Comment from Cydney Hatch:


As I think about this Thanksgiving season I am reminded of the powerful blessing of love and how much it can change people's lives. Love thy neighbor, those who struggle, those who are alone, those who are different, all who come your way. They need it. Look around, who can you bless? lds mormon ldsdivorcesupport ldsdivorce kindnessmatters kindness motivationalquotes motivation grateful gratitude @jonathanamartin you are a beautiful writer, thank you for this uplifting quote! ldswoman ldsblogger

59 Days ago