Dear Cinderella…

A couple weeks ago my husband and friends decided to embrace our inner child by seeing Cinderella. I admit that my husband moaned a bit, but I convinced him after showing him that the movie theater by us had reclining seats and if anything he’d get in a comfortable nap (he can sleep anywhere)! I [Read More…]

We All Need Help Sometime

The little girl was about three years old and was screaming in the middle of Target at her mother, who looked to be humiliated. Her face blushed, not from the cold, but from her daughter’s tantrum. “I can do it myself. I don’t need any help!” the small, but powerhouse girl screamed, whipping her brown [Read More…]

Snowed In

Instead of attending a bustling Super Bowl party I sat on my couch next to the flickering fireplace that was making haunting shadows on my cheerfully painted yellow walls.  Sipping a cup of hot tea, I watched the snow fall fast and furious and sighed in relief that my son’s job called him off, which [Read More…]

How to Celebrate when Missing Someone

The commercials for the holidays started early, and I’m noticing from my sessions that so has the deep missing and depression that tags along during this time. Whether you’ve experienced a divorce, the end of a friendship, or the loss of a loved one, the holidays can make the missing even more painful. Instead of [Read More…]

7 Ways to Simplify Your Life

Deep into the darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. ~Edgar Allan Poe, “The Raven” October is always busy, and although every year I say that I refuse to double and triple book my schedule, I always do. This year has been no exception.And [Read More…]


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