psychology. I know at times she grew weary, but she never gave up, and kept marching towards the career she felt God was leading her into.
My niece, Tessa, has worked hard for eight years to accomplish her doctorate in
This past year was her internship and finally she got to settle in and work in her chosen field. Now she is working in her residency and has some definite ideas of what she would like to do within this field.
I couldn't be prouder--of what she has accomplished, and who she is. She is often an inspiration to me and I do appreciate all those free counseling sessions. (--yes, I know what you are up to missy! ;-) They do help me put things in perspective at times.
I have no doubt that she will make an impact on many lives throughout her career. I believe she has every intention of 'doing no harm, and doing good', so that as God's ambassador to hurting and confused people, she can use her training to help them to a better life.
Again, congratulations Tessa, and I pray God will bless you and keep you and help you hold fast to your chosen path.