Tag Archives: Family

How Do We Unpeel And Conquer Sucide?

I recently read about a businessman and politician in AZ who committed suicide this week. He was only in his mid 50’s. I felt compelled to write about depression and suicide after reading about his death. Here is what I … Continue reading

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Thoughts For A Newly Diagnosed Person With Bipolar Disorder

I think by the time a person receives their diagnosis of being bipolar they might be feeling overwhelmed. Figuring out what has been the cause of their experiences can be a relief, but there must be a million questions exploding … Continue reading

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Mentoring Is An Overlooked Resource For Fighting Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Mentors are a support system like no other, and I am wondering if they could be more powerful than any other resource being used today, when it comes to supporting people with mental issues, and their family and friends who … Continue reading

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Possitive Parenting Is Full Of Common Sense Choices

Parenting is the most important job in the world, in my opinion. Parents are presented with a little person with a brain that is like an empty sponge, ready to learn through their experiences. No instruction book comes with the … Continue reading

Posted in Cause & Effect, Child Rearing, Common Sense, communication, Emotional Health, emotions, Family, Generation, Human Nature, Intuition, Mindlessness, Parent love, Parenting, Phases in parenting, Problem Solving, Respect, Society, Stories from the heart | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Memories of My Father

Today I am overcome with the memory of my father and the things he did for me, my brother, my mom, his family and his community. He was a giant in many people’s eyes and my hero. His goodness touched … Continue reading

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By Seven You Are Set

Today is my seventh birthday. I would like to tell my mom what the past seven years have looked like through my eyes. I want her to know what I have learned over these past seven years. I am going … Continue reading

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What Has Turned Cinderella & Prince Charming into Snowflakes? Part 1, Parenting & Family

Snowflakes aren’t born with that mind-set. They are molded by what they see, hear, and experience. Parents are the core , because they are the only resource in the beginning of a child’s life. What is a Snowflake? They are … Continue reading

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