Hey, incredible ladies!

Introduction time! I’m Keri, and I’m an incredible creation. Shew, that was hard to even type. Did it make me sound full of myself? It felt like it did.

Let’s be honest, ya’ll… I don’t always feel very incredible.

I just googled “incredible” (because, really, that’s what I do – my five year old tells me all the time, “mom, ask your google, {insert random curiosity here}”).

Anyway, I just googled the word incredible:

in·cred·i·ble
inˈkredəb(ə)l/
adjective
  1. 1. impossible to believe.
    “an almost incredible tale of triumph and tragedy”
    synonyms: unbelievable, beyond belief, hard to believe, unconvincing, far-fetched, implausible,improbable, highly unlikely, dubious, doubtful; More

  2. 2. difficult to believe; extraordinary.

We’ll come back to this in a moment. First, Why I’m “here” at Every Day Incredible:

Have you ever just felt stuck? Like life is just swirling around you but you can’t even stand up to start walking toward your goals.

Maybe you have recently looked around you and wondered how you came to be in the situation where you are now. Maybe you wonder how things got so cluttered. Your home, your car, thoughts, and relationships- All cluttered.

Sometimes it can be so difficult to feel like you’re making a difference. Sometimes, it could just seem like you’re doing everything in your power to keep your head above water, and not doing a great job at that.

A person can only roll with the punches for so long before weariness consumes them, right?

If I’m describing your life is it is right now, Every Day Incredible is for you. I’ve been there. Granted we each have very different stories, but we also have similarities. To those of you out there feeling overwhelmed just plain tired, I’m with you.

I recognize that “stuck” feeling all too feeling all too well. You know what? I want to help. More importantly, God wants to help. God created you with a purpose in mind! He has given you strengths and abilities, and He has a loving plan for you. Life is so much more than the weary phases. God wants to take your ordinary and make it incredible… to use the pain and struggles as He writes your story and bring forth beauty. He wants to bring you JOY.

Maybe you are struggling with anxiety or depression. Maybe you’re having trouble finding peace over a loss that came as a shock to you. I’m here to remind you that you are incredible. God designed you to be an incredible character in His story of Divine Love. You are the only you, and you have a purpose. You are loved and you are valuable.

 

More about me, personally:

I’m a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and work as an Independent Contractor. I’m a founder and the executive director of The Carys Rainn Foundation, Inc., which was formed in memory of our daughter and for the purpose of ministering to others facing perinatal loss or infertility. In addition to our daughter in Heaven, we have two adorable little boys on earth- one of which is Carys’ twin.

I love to learn, and to travel (though my passport is currently collecting dust…sigh); I’m a member of my church choir, and I love to create. I have a small etsy shop and various other creative projects going at any given time – it helps me feel rejuvenated when I get a chance to work on any of them.

 

**Please note that articles in this blog are not intended to replace mental health/counseling services. If you need more individual services, please research mental health professionals near you!

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