Domestic Violence Awareness Month
When we think of October, we tend to think of Halloween, leaves changing, cool brisk air, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Race for the Cure, The Avon Walk, the pink ribbons, and the NFL even wears pink to honor those affected and raise awareness. Breast cancer awareness is a very important issue, and thankfully […]
Doing what I do….
I had an experience the other day that reminded me of why I do what I do, professionally speaking :). It was an opportunity to share my philosophy with others who work with trauma survivors. From the difficulties survivors experience to the incredible growth they are capable of. I left feeling re-energized and more dedicated […]
I take my meds….why do I still feel this way?
Do you ask yourself this question or know someone who does? There are an estimated 27 million Americans taking anti-depressants (Olfson & Marcus, 2009). Before I go on, I want to stress that I am not specifically against psychotropic medication. I believe there are circumstances when they can literally save someone’s life. What I do […]
“From the withered tree…..a flower blooms” ~ zen saying
Take a moment….think about what that means to you. “From the withered tree….a flower blooms”. Do you notice a picture in your mind? Do you feel it resonating somewhere within? If a picture came to mind, what did you see? Is the focus more on the withered tree or did the flower get your attention? […]
It’s Never Too Late…….
So, finally, here it is…my first blog post. As many of you know this has been a while in the making. Like so many of you, I have allowed my fears to keep me from doing something I’ve wanted to do. Not only for myself (I’ve considered writing in a public way for several years) […]
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