I have gone back and forth on what I share on Facebook. Day to day activities, happy and sad moments in my life, pictures and stories about my adorable children. I’ve been at both extremes – sharing nothing and sharing everything. I tend to stick closer to the everything these days. Since I became a […]
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 […]