Monthly Archives: February 2014

Column Image Learn To Love Your Stress

What can I say about stress that hasn’t been said already? Too much stress is bad… etc., etc., etc… We all know stress is bad and I can’t think of a single person who doesn’t want to avoid it. It’s not like we are intentionally going out looking for it, … Continue reading >

Posted in Personal Improvement, Stress |

Column Image Attachment. Is it really a good thing?

We as a society grow attached to many things.  We initially attach to our caregivers when we are very young.  However, as we grow up, we start being conditioned to attach to not only people, but to materials, to memories, to celebrities, to ideas, to places, to opinions, to experiences, … Continue reading >

Posted in Relationships |

Column Image When the Question “How was your Day?” Isn’t Enough for Couples

“When my kids become wild and unruly, I use a nice, safe playpen. When they’re finished, I climb out.” ~Erma Bombeck Parenthood is one of the most challenging, rewarding, confusing and personal growth experiences someone can have.  Having recently become a grandparent and having had some time between my daughter’s … Continue reading >

Posted in Children, Family |