Remember Christmas when we were young; when we’d draw names and spend hours making the perfect present or bake something to take and share? Every year Momma would hang the homemade ornaments on the tree and tell a story about each one. 816 more words
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Please indulge me in the next few posts. They aren’t going to solve any problems by reading them, but I have to share my incredulousness and amazement with someone, and who better than you guys? 218 more words
Welcome to our new blog series, “Getting to Know…” where we’ll be featuring influential people in the BFRB community!
For the first installment – we’ll chat with Suzanne Mouton-Odum, Ph.D., a psychologist in private practice in Houston, Texas. 741 more words
Having grown up in a multicultural environment with a lot of American influence, Thanksgiving has always been something I’ve enjoyed dipping into – some years it meant a full-blown celebration, others (and more enduringly) it meant practising thankfulness that little bit more than comes naturally. 404 more words