We can use our past to propel us into a bright future. It all begins with gratitude.
I've been writing some pretty harsh stuff lately, and I wanted to send out a fun page for Thanksgiving. Soooo, here you are! Enjoy! Why can't you take a turkey to church? They use FOWL language. Why was the Thanksgiving soup so expensive? It had 24 carrots. What happened when the turkey got into a [...]
It is time for us to open a dialogue about female sexual predation. Just say "Yes", and start a movement that will hopefully end this tragedy.
We humans spend our lives looking for happiness on the other side of the fence, what if is right in front of us and we won't see it?
Living with DID can be difficult, but there are ways to make it easier. I offer some pearls of wisdom to those who will listen.
We should honor our veterans and their families, not just one day, but 365 days a year. We should honor them with not just our words, but with our everything.
The world desperately needs more people who will not hide, but be open and honest about their values. This article is a challenge to everyone out there who has found themselves too politically correct.
Self-publishing is hard. I know because I have done it. I have self-published with createspace.com and kdp.com. Both are wonderful sites, offering quality publishing for no cost. If you can afford it, they also offer help in formatting, editing and promoting of your work. Unfortunately, I cannot afford these costs, which comes to the [...]
Life. What can we say we have learned? Watch this video as Anne Lamott challenges us all to consider this question.
Losing a therapist for any reason can feel like there has been a significant death in the family.
One of the hardest realities our society faces, the fact that women sexually molest children, makes us shudder.
Our decisions that we make in our lives can make or break us. However, we shouldn't spend our time worrying about time wasted.
Taking responsibility for our lives isn't easy, but it is necessary to live a happy and well-adjusted life.
Below are some wonderful and helpful resources for those who live with the after-effects of childhood trauma.
Halloween is the one day of the year when full-grown adults get to act like little children again. We dress up in costumes, consume large amounts of candy, and attend parties where we play practical jokes, and tell each other how ghoulishly wonderful we look. In the spirit of the day, I thought I'd post [...]