Today I was sharing a post on social media about Selective Mutism. I wanted to verify the stats on how many children are diagnosed so I went to Google. Some of the alternate search suggestions showed up and I didn’t like what I saw. The biggest one that got me was this: Is Selective Mutism […]
Dear Single Parent,
I see you.
When I attended the Divorce Care classes at a local church, I remember one week’s topic being dating. A big point made was that we should find happiness with ourselves before we even try dating again. While I was a bit excited to see what was out there, I made myself wait until I was […]
I don’t know why, but seeing a counselor has always seemed to have a stigma attached to it. I’ve never personally looked down on someone that needed such a thing, but I always feared that I would be looked at negatively for it. I don’t know why. My Dad is a retired pastor and I […]
It is almost 11pm as I’m writing this post. By the time most of you read this, I will have gotten through a tough morning at the hospital. My littlest, who will be two next month, is finishing up his late bedtime snack. He cannot have anything after 11pm because he has surgery bright and […]