First, happy THANKSgiving!! I’m grateful that you are here and I sincerely hope that today is filled with good things. Earlier today I was listening to a podcast and they quoted Steve Covey as saying, “The greatest need of a
November seemed like a really natural time to spend some energy thinking about gratitude so I had intended to focus on this topic this month anyway. In last last few weeks there have been devistating storms, terrible violence and so
I really enjoyed working on this article about why people love to guess about what happened to Jack! What do you think happened to Jack?!
While I was at the Spark Joy training in New York with Marie Kondo and her team, Marie talked about how each day should have joy in it. She awknowledged that while we will all have bad days, we should
Yesterday, I heard two people both say, “it is what it is.” Both are people I care for and each is struggling with a situation in which they have little to no power. I hate the phrase, “It is, what
The Mayo Clinic has linked too much or poor quality screen time to: Obesity Irregular sleep scheduled and shorter duration of sleep Behavioral problems Loss of social skills Violence Less time for play But what are parents supposed to do
I will share with you that for a lot of reasons; I have just never really gotten into social media. For the most part, the appeal is lost on me. That said, it is becoming an ever increasingly normal and
To wrap up the month on addiction, I thought it would be good to look at warning signs and current stats on teen chemical use. First, the waring signs Warning signs that your teen could be using drugs or alcohol:
As someone who works with addicts and their families, I get asked with some regularity for help finding a treatment center. So I thought I would put together a list of questions to ask in the process so that you
I often hear people trying to explain that even though they are struggling with something, they are sure they aren’t an addict. I think people struggle with the label or word “addiction”, in part, because there is a social stigma.