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EXPLORING NATURE TOGETHER

May 8th, 2017

BY CHRISTINA PICKLES
Physical activity, connecting with nature, and discovering your community are all reasons to get outside, explore and play. The benefits of outdoor nature play are indisputable…

Life After Suicide Loss - A Parent's Perspective

November 1st, 2016

After we lost our daughter to suicide I knew that learning ways to keep Bailey mentally healthy was going to be a priority. Accessing mental health care is not the easiest and wait times are often months…

Massimo's: A Great Way to Feed the Kids

November 1st, 20161 Comment

A Q&A WITH RENATA BERLINGO

 


      Tell me a little about yourself and your family. I'm…

Life After Suicide Loss

November 1st, 2016

By Bailey Dunbar
Being an advocate is not a choice that just popped into my head one day. It is something that came with a loss and a lot of wrong choices.
I guess for you to understand I…

“You haven’t changed.”

October 17th, 2016

By Elvira Berezowsky
“Yesterday, I was clever, so I wanted to change the world, Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” - Rumi I ran into an old friend, several months back, whom I hadn’t…

10 Tell-Tale Signs Your Aging Parent Can’t Live Alone

January 1st, 2016

By Carolyn Brent
It’s a sad reality that, as we age, we become less independent than we once were – but for most blessed with longevity, it’s inevitable. With baby boomers caring for elderly…

5 Ways to Calm a House Full of Hormones

September 1st, 2015

By Mary Jo Rapini
Women are getting married later in life and having their children later as well. There are advantages to this, because moms and dads have more emotional maturity before…

What a Nightmare!

February 5th, 2015

By Schoena Strudwick
The first couple of times you would swear they are possessed… Then you finally smarten up and do what all, good parents do, you google that nonsense!! Only to be told that…

5 Tips for Mom & Dad's Back to School Sanity This Year!

August 28th, 2014

By Jennifer Keitt

1. Heal self-defeating thoughts: “I stunk at math and my kids will stink too!” This was my greatest self sabotaging thought as a mom, and I…

From Grief to Healing: Creative Tools for Coping With the Loss of a Baby

December 31st, 2013

By Elizabeth Berrien

At the age of 26, I lost my son to stillbirth. I had experienced a perfectly normal pregnancy, was healthy throughout, and had been…

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