June 21, 2016

FIVE Steps to Getting Through a Miserable Day

It is OK not to be your best all the time. We all have those days. Days when we would rather watch Netflix all day and eat M&M's and Kettle Corn...(mixed together BTW).

Recharge. Restore. Renew.  

How do you do that? Turn off...

June 9, 2016

I'm disgusted, as you all are, by the news this week. I am proud of my feminist activist friends (Go girls!) using this news story to discuss a topic no one wants to address. But on a deeper level, are you outraged enough? Let’s be honest, the Stanford story is the end...

June 3, 2016

This is the time of year that I hate reading the newspaper.

Young lives seem to be snapped up at a higher rate than other times of the year. How many of us cringe when we hear a siren, check our cell phones, text our kids? I do, especially if the sirens are loud and the...

May 18, 2016

Consistently at prevention meetings we hear, "Teen's need to have a trusted adult". Then in a chorus, wetellteens, "Go to your trusted adult". Then we turn and leave. We assume they knowwhatthat means andwhothat might be. Some of them roll their eyes on the inside (wel...

May 12, 2016

Crushed: When Parenting is Hard, is about healing the wounds parents experience when they have had a rough spell with a teen or young adult. The book moves parents from grief to healing, regrounding and then re-building trust with teens. An adult can have the best trai...

May 10, 2016

Have you ever had the experience of listening to a co-workeror friend that is having an overwhelming time with theirteen or adult child? There is a helpless feeling and a desire to want to fix it for them. Sometimes we have a word of encouragementand sometimes we find...

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