Handle with care Trust is a strong yet delicate foundation for relationships. When compromised by cracks it is much when like when a windshield is chipped by a pebble. Slowly over time, extreme hot and cold temperatures cause spreading cracks that may spur in different directions. Eventually, the more cracks and the deeper penetrating into the … [Read more...]
2 Ways To Help A Grieving Child Through The Holidays
Dealing with grief is hard enough, and as holidays approach, perhaps the harsh reality of being the surviving caregiver responsible for the children who are also grieving has complicated your grief considering the holiday season. Here are two tips and practical suggestions for you to help navigate the holidays. Enlist a support system … [Read more...]
What Is The Cost of Compromise?
We have all been there - an opportunity arises, an offer is made, then comes decision time. Everything seems right. You are excited and look forward to what lies ahead. Decisively, you make a big decision. Everything seems promising. Suddenly, like screeching brakes, peace come to a halt! You have experienced a major crash! What … [Read more...]
3 Keys in Caregivers Emergency Preparedness
Various disasters not limited to tornadoes, wildfires, flooding, earthquakes, hurricanes, or snowstorms happen annually. Since each of these emergencies impact every age and stage of life. It is prudent to have a personal emergency preparedness. Who cares for your boomer? Are you a caregiver? Is your loved in an assisted living facility? More … [Read more...]
Research Calling all Clergy!
I am completing doctoral research. Who am I? I am a woman on a mission! I am not timid or ashamed to ask for help and this project takes a multitude. Need more? I wear and change hats at a moments notice. By nature, call, gifting, purpose, and skills I seek to impact community one life at a time. I am a chaplain by a call, and I am at it again. … [Read more...]
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