Monthly Archives: March 2017

From Emotional Health to Mental Healing

“I don’t understand why we don’t consider emotional health as important as mental health!” Maggie would say to me.  “Honestly, it is just as important – if not more so.  If people were able to talk about their emotions they … Continue reading

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The Family Dog

When Lola conceded to getting a family dog, she knew exactly what she was getting into.  A family dog, as the script reads so often, becomes the responsibility of the parents.  “Jazz” was just a pup when she came home. … Continue reading

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Never Go it Alone

“I’ll be damned if I am going to remain tired for the rest of my life,” Darya said to herself. And she meant it. It wasn’t without trepidation that she made the commitment, however, since she had been tired for … Continue reading

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Get on with Living

The day began much the same way as the previous day had ended; Amy was snuggled in her faux-fur blanket in her uber-warm bed.  She liked to be there to “recover” from life’s events whether the event was a walk, … Continue reading

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The Last Martini

You don’t know when it will be the last one. Honest. You don’t know when you will have the opportunity to say, “Gosh, I’ve enjoyed that”, and to not be able to say that again. So – the lesson is … Continue reading

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