When writing about the need to get back to normal from the coronavirus shutdowns, ask yourself if you are truly loving your neighbors. While I'm ready to get back to normal, I'm ok to say not yet.
Mental illness doesn't give a rip that we're in the middle of a global pandemic. In our family, today, it didn't win.
Begin Chapter 2. A month after taking a deep breath at the end of along summer, the next part of our marathon begin last night like the crack of a bat. In the last blog, I mused about a four-part series. I guess this is Part II on honesty. There are things a person just … Continue reading Someone Has to Talk About Mental Health Issues
At first, it's a really scary term: Intensive in home services. But, for those in foster care and adoption it's code for better days ahead.