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Unlikely Gratitude

I have a neighbor who has a little Chihuahua dog and he never kept him on a leash when they were in their front yard.  My boys and I struggled going past the house on our because my boy Amore’ often would get aggressive with other dogs.  541 more words

Inspiration

10 Signs You are at the Wrong Doctor's Office

Have you ever been at a doctor’s office where you couldn’t wait to escape? Here are 10 signs that you are in the wrong place. 335 more words
Living With Illness

Living With Illness

Living illness, whether psychiatric or physical, is like living around miles of parklands. There’s no such thing as a shortcut. If you want to get to the other side of the estuary, you have to walk… 499 more words

A Hint Of Vanilla

a lot of a little

Lately, a lot of a little is a good thing for mind, body, spirit.  A feeling of pause, stillness, quiet, transcends.  Simplicity gains speed.  Pace is easy.   20 more words

Self-Sufficiency: Is it a Myth?

Fellow professional organizer Seana Turner of The Seana Method recently wrote a blog post that struck a chord with me, entitled The Myth of Self Sufficiency. 91 more words

Living With Illness

Getting Help When Your Family Isn’t Available

Traumatic Illness can cause symptoms ranging from mild to severe, with varying consequences. Symptoms such as pain, fatigue, loss of cognitive functioning or lack of mobility require different types of support. 238 more words

Coping Strategies

Top 5 Effects of Chronic Illness

Those of us who battle a chronic illness think differently than others. We filter everything through the difficult lens of “how does this affect my illness?” This is a necessity, not a luxury. 342 more words

Living With Illness