How do you decide when to hold steadfast and persevere? When to walk away? When to run away? Life is a gamble, a risk. We do everything we can to make good, right decisions with what we have in the
What if I told you I found the cure for the common cough? Well, it actually wasn’t me, but after our son fought an “Asthmatic cough” for four years we finally came across Dr. Weinberger and the “Habit Cough”. Joining
It is the end of the Parenting Series on the Lifegiver Podcast! There have been so many wonderful guests during this season and Corie wraps it up with an episode about raising teens. Reflecting on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Corie
Sleep issues and separation anxiety are a real thing for so many parents. With today’s anxiety and fear during COVID and back to school criteria, children’s fears can manifest at night leaving you frustrated, exhausted and hopeless. Without a good
“Few things are as difficult for parents as watching their kids struggle. It’s especially hard not knowing how to help them!” Now more than ever, mental health and behavioral issues are climbing which can be pretty scary as a parent.
I couldn’t be more excited to have Sarah back with me for another episode of the podcast. Sarah joined me last season for the round table discussion and again on our faith based episode of Where is God in the
I have been a long time fan of Reboot Recovery– “REBOOT helps people overcome trauma through faith-based programs. Our courses, training and online community are open to anyone connected to military or first responders. If the same old therapy or
My good friend Cierra joins the podcast to talk about her experiences as a National Guard spouse. We so often hear about the challenges of National Guard families- that they don’t have access to the programming active duty families have
Loss can be a terribly difficult thing to talk about- especially when we exist in a lifestyle where it is both a fear and reality. We need to be able to talk about it and learn from those who have
The world looks a whole lot different lately. COVID-19 has the entire world on lockdown (or so it feels). We are all doing our part to stay at home, some of you have PCS and deployment orders that are delayed.
Corie and her husband Matt, both caregivers, unpack their thoughts on the movie A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, the life story of Mr. Rogers starring Tom Hanks. The intentionality with which Mr. Rogers focused on the person he was with in
What we discuss: In this episode, Heather shares her story about being a registered nurse and her introduction to the challenges military families face. Because the stress of the lifestyle affects the whole family, she wanted to find a way