1. A Life Loved, A Grief Lived

    The Christian church traditionally celebrates All Saints’ Day on November 1st.  The day is set aside for remembering and honoring loved ones who have passed in the previous year.  Some cultures, such as Mexico, go further and make the celebration festive as Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead…Read More

  2. Making Impressions

    When I was five years old I received a black and yellow Tonka bulldozer as a Christmas gift.  On my hands and knees, I pushed that thing everywhere pretending to be a one man road crew!  One day I noticed an actual work crew in our neighborhood installing a new sidewalk.  Eager to get in on the a…Read More

  3. Don’t Make It Temporary, Stay In Therapy

    If you’ve been diagnosed with a mental illness or are going through a tough time, chances are that you’re going through therapy or it’s been suggested that you go to therapy. That’s great! As you can imagine, we’re big proponents of going to therapy. In today’s blog we’re going to talk…Read More