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The Wisdom of Harold and His Purple Crayon

Ahh the wisdom of children’s books… One of the gifts of motherhood has been rediscovering children’s books.View full post »

Back In The Saddle Again

Oh my dear, beloved blog! It has been too long! Where has the time gone? Last time I posted, kids were just settlingView full post »

The Truth about Anger (Part 2): Getting to the Root of Our Anger

Has this ever happened to you: you are going about your day and something happens that totally ticks you off. You becomeView full post »

What Are You Good At?

I have found the quickest way to bring deafening silence to a therapy session is to ask this question: What are you goodView full post »

You Learn Courage by Couraging

A year ago today, I sent an email that set in motion a series of events I never could have predicted.  Here’s theView full post »

Thoughts for Thursday- Becoming Real

REAL is never ugly. Ah the wisdom of the Skin Horse and the precious, inquisitive nature of the Velveteen RabbitView full post »

You Want Me to Share What?!?: Lessons In Vulnerability

I always find it interesting when I discover reoccurring themes in my conversations with individuals.  Although weView full post »

Thoughts for Thursday- Owning Your Story

This week I had the pleasure of speaking to Peachtree Presbyterian’s MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group.  View full post »

“You can do that! I am doing that!”

Happy New Year!  Yes, you read that correctly.  Happy New Year!  For me, the real new year begins over the course ofView full post »

Stubbed Toes, Stubbed Hearts

We’ve all been there.  Maybe it’s the middle of the night or the middle of broad daylight.  You’re walking alongView full post »

Skinny Jeans

Skinny jeans. I have stared at them for a few years. I have eyed them with suspicion and contempt. Can they really beView full post »