Finding Your Identity When All Seems Lost

1h 25m | Feb 13, 2021

Life happens... Most of the time it happens without us really know when, why, how, or what to do next! Many times, as women and caregivers, we can lose our identity is someone who turns out to just be temporary. When this person or situation leaves our life, we have a choice to make. Either get bitter or get better.

In the case of my next guest, she chose to get better. She chose to rise up to the challenge and prioritize herself so that she could show up as a truly impactful parent. Her journey has sparked her organization The Impactful Parent.

Kristina Campos has four school age children. She has been an educator for over 20 years, working with all grade levels - pre-school through 12th grade. She graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1999 and received her master's degree from the University of Denver in 2019. After many years of teaching, Kristina saw a need to help children from the source- THE HOME! Perfect for distance learning! With great enthusiasm, Kristina quit her teaching job and founded The Impactful Parent. Now, she helps parents of school-aged children by providing parenting tips, resources, and community to those that follow her. When she is not with her kids, she volunteers as a Board of Trustee for two local Colorado schools. She truly has a passion for children and a strong devotion to serving their parents!

Today, Kristina shares with us her experience going through an unexpected divorce, and how she found her identity in the midst of chaos. She vulnerability shares the difficulties of moving on from a committed relationship. This conversation truly opens to door to new possibilities, a reset button to start all over, to find our identity. Whether you are experiencing a break-up, a divorce, a growth spurt, a big move, trauma, or tragic loss, Kristina shares some amazing tips on how to find yourself when you have been lost in something that no longer fits you.

I am reminded of the following verse:

John 15:5 I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.

We can remember our identity is in the one who purchased us at the greatest cost. We are truly children of promise who are worthy of knowing ourselves fully.

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