A military couple sat on opposite ends of my couch. I asked what was going on and how I could help. The wife said she felt weary from the responsibilities at home and felt taken for granted. He snapped back
It was two days before our first deployment and the anticipation was nauseating. It was our last chance for a date before he headed off to Afghanistan. There were so many unknowns, so many emotions and not enough words to
It’s conscious uncoupling that prevents families from being broken by divorce and creates expanded families that continue to function in a healthy way outside of traditional marriage. Before we unpack Conscious Uncoupling and how it effects our view of marriage
Finding and Keeping our Calling… I had someone ask me the other day, “How am I supposed to know what God wants me to do when I have so many ideas in my head?” Wow, have I ever been there!
I realize it’s been a long time since I’ve written. Life happens and you have to make room for it. In the time that has gone by, though I have some new things to address. I’ve done several basic play
I have been thinking about this topic for a while. My counseling practice tends to run in themes. Sometimes a majority of my clients are dealing with loss, sometimes domestic violence, and lately parents struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
I know I’m not the only one who has a child that struggles with attention. As we approach the first week of school in two weeks, I know what’s coming. The first month, the new teacher will talk to me
The sun peaked through the clouds today for about an hour and I think every kid in the neighborhood came out to see it. That’s probably not true- the parents probably threw them outside. I connected with some neighborhood moms