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August 3, 2017

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October 9, 2017

What did life teach you about your pain?

What were the messages you were given? Were you met with patience?  Love? Were your feelings understood? Were you given time to deal with your emotions?

Most people were made to feel bad about their feelings, that they shouldn’t f...

August 28, 2017

I just had a day. The one that no one likes to admit to. When the adoration and love you have for your child is eclipsed momentarily by the frustration of wanting them to just behave differently than they are right then at that very moment. These days come to all of us...

August 3, 2017

The saying goes, hindsight’s 20/20. The meaning is that only when we look back at events do we see things clearly. Suddenly, we notice the tone of voice, we remember the pang of uneasiness we had in a situation, the subtleties in moments we ignored. In retrospect, they...

July 7, 2017

I’ve been watching inspirational videos lately: Tony Robbins, Kyle Cease, Marie Forleo, commencement speeches, celebrities claiming to have found some profound enlightenment, even some of the occasional Facebook inspirational shares.

I watched so many that even I had to...

July 5, 2017

Thinking too much is a problem. That may sound dumb. Thinking is good, and it can certainly be argued that some people do not think enough…(no names), hang with me here, though.

I mostly come across people who are just thinkers. They think about everything and everyone....

July 5, 2017


It’s a misspoken sentiment from a show that I shouldn't be watching, but the thirteen year old boy in me finds it so funny. The idea though is precious. It is not in human nature to look for the good everywhere. Indeed, our hind brain is designed to constantly be on t...

July 1, 2017

It’s one of the gifts I receive from my career in social work. I am always humbled when I am asked to move into someone’s life, sometimes on the worst day of their life, and offer comfort and support. I have witnessed many heart-wrenching moments. I’ve had to catch my...

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