The value of supportive friendships

Last May I blogged about the importance of support in our writing endeavours. (If you missed it you can check it out here.)

Today, on The Pastor’s Wife Speaks blog I’m sharing the dilemma of ministers’ families who need to display impartiality in their relationships and thus often forego the support of close personal friendships.

(I’m still not here, but please click on over and join me there. I’ll be back here on the 29th.)

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The Pastor's Wife Speaks

Published by Carol

A freelance writer of fiction and non-fiction living on the West Coast of Canada.

2 thoughts on “The value of supportive friendships

  1. Carol,
    I tried to leave a comment on your blog The Pastor’s Wife Speaks, but wasn’t smart enough to figure out how to do it. 😀
    Your comment: Friendship happens when we put ourselves in situations that provide opportunities to meet and interact with others of similar interests. , is so true.
    This is a great blog—-people always think of the Pastor and his wife as the “strong ones” in the Church. They are human and need support and comfort too. Great blog, which could only be spoken by one who has walked in those shoes.
    Hugs and blessings to you my friend
    Love you

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