Saturday, January 28, 2012

Blogs That I Have Read This Week - Link Love

Hi everyone. January 2012 is almost over in just a few days. Where has this month gone?

Today as you read this post, I am in Texas visiting with my sister and her family. Since Daniel and I were in Idaho spending Christmas with our daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren, we haven't visited either of our families for Christmas yet. 

While I am enjoying our cookout (no turkey and dressing), I thought I would let you check out some of the blogs that I have read this week. This is just a sampling of what I read.  I read a lot of blogs every week on a lot of different topics that interest me. They are not all on incest or child abuse. I warn you that the ones that are on incest or child abuse may be triggering for some.

1.  The Doing Project: A Review @
I participated in The Doing Project with Craig Harper and a lot of other people for 7 days. The challenges were just what I needed to start off 2012 to make it the great year it is going to be for me.

2. The Daily Awe: 50 Things I'm Grateful For - turning the blues into gratitude @

3.  Singing over the bones & rising from the ashes: Today's the day.... @

4.  A Rape Survivor's Journey: My Story of Domestic Violence @

5.  Daily Om:  The Wisdom of Surrender @

6.  healthpsychologyconsultancy: What Constitutes Child Sexual Abuse? @

7.  Knowledge Is Power - KIP Central: 9 Lessons on Loss, Forgiveness, and Healing / Tiny Buddha: Wisdom Quotes, Letting Go, Letting Happiness In @

8.  The Wounded Warrior:  Empty @

9.  smart boy designs: Kim Peek's Guide for Creating Endless Blog Content @

10.  More than a Survivor: Too Young to Know Part III @

Some of these bloggers are seasoned and some are relatively new to blogging. Please leave a comment on each of the blogs and let the bloggers know what you think. Have a glorious weekend. I am.


Susan said...

Thanks for sharing that post over at Kip Central Patricia! I truly appreciate the way in which you use your own gifts to bring the gift of healing and inspirations to others.

Always in gratitude that we can share the journey.


Patricia Singleton said...

Susan, you are very welcome. I am always grateful when I find a blog like yours that isn't afraid to speak the truth about important issues and help survivors to heal. I, too, am glad that we share a part of our journeys with each other.

celesteka said...

I am new to this link love . . . will need to find time to learn about it.
Thank you so much for posting my blog, Patricia. I want to share hope with other survivors.
I am looking forward to reading these blog sites when I am able.
As always you are a leader on the healing path; I am so thankful to know you.
I am inspired by your comments about loving your sister as well. It has really helped me this past week. XO

Patricia Singleton said...

Celesteka, I learned how to do link love by seeing other bloggers share in their blog posts. I am glad that my sharing my experiences has helped you. Families can be so complicated, especially when they are dysfunctional. Have a glorious week.

Liara Covert said...

What wonderful links that you share here! Many thanks for these! They offer such a wealth of insight readers can sink their teeth into. They are also very timely considering the title of my 5th book due out in March 2012 called 365 Paths to Love. Infinite blessings to you!

Patricia Singleton said...

Liara, thank you. Blessings to you too. It is nice to hear from you. It has been a long time since your last visit.

Cairn Grow said...

I feel as though your name is familiar. Did you visit my blog? If not, I would be so thrilled if you would-

Upon opening your blog, I felt a lightness. I do everything by "feel" and this feels good! Thank you!

Patricia Singleton said...

Cairn, yes I did visit your blog recently and left at least one comment. I will be back to read more. I am always glad to find a new surivor who is blogging about their healing journey.

Thank you for letting me know that my blog feels light to you. I didn't choose my name for my blog by myself. I know that my guides had a part in the name and understood its meaning before I did. I write to share my light with other survivors.

Cairn Grow said...

I too work with guides. And I listen unconditionally.

Do you mind if I share your blog on my blog? ( I already put it in resources, so please let me know if this is not ok). :)

Patricia Singleton said...

Cairn, feel free to share my blog. Are you ok with me adding your blog to my blog roll as well?

Cairn Grow said...

Please do! Thank you kindly! :)

Patricia Singleton said...

Cairn, you are very welcome.