The store, which will be the third location in Iowa for the Many Hands Thrift Market, is aiming to hold its grand opening in June Tim Brand, Executive Leader of Many Hands, feels even during these times of uncertainty, this store is needed now more than ever. All our profits and services go back to creating life-transformation opportunities for the underserved. Whether that be mothers and their newborn children in Haiti, retirees that need a place to connect with others, or a family needing to stretch their dollar to find high-quality items at a fraction of new items, this is why we exist. It has become a place where people from all walks of life are welcome. We are a family who works, laughs, and struggles together through the highs and lows of day-to-day life.
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Many Hands gives a boost to dynamic grassroots organizations, while drawing together groups of women from diverse walks of life across the DC metro area. I benefited enormously from working on the Job Readiness Committee, where I got a front row view into the work of so many impressive DC area nonprofits. All the women are super committed to thinking critically about how to maximize the impact we have. A great experience overall. My participation in Many Hands is both enjoyable and fulfilling. In addition, it is fun getting to know my fellow committee members—while the committee work vetting so many worthwhile non-profits is intellectually engaging and emotionally gratifying. Being part of a larger collective movement of women with an aim to make change in the lives of women, children, and families is inspiring.
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I was definitely taking the "Tough love" approach because I've read countless times on this and other boards, how Mormons claimed that they were cool with their SO not being Mormon, and that they weren't, themselves, orthodox. What do you guys do about this-- do you go with your spouse. There may be underlying personality similarities, but if the answer to "what shall I do next" is always trumped by a Morman frame of reference for one partner, but not the other, conflict is inevitable. If you are all sealed together, you will be together forever in the Celestial Kingdom. I wouldn't swap roles with my husband any day, he definitly has it the hardest.
So any support on how to deal with ocd behavior, heavy handed opinions, would be helpful. I guess I was just hoping there was way for it to work. I was recently married to my husband in the Twin Falls, Idaho temple for time and all eternity. Several of the apostles have grown up in part member homes. A good man is not defined by his religion and a great marriage is not defined by where it takes place. This woman is a human being, not a caricature of a TBM. Why would you behave any different now. Her Religion is more important than you will ever be Her Religion comes first and deep down, she will come to hate you for not accepting joining her religion. So far I have been sad most of the time.