Top Ways to Cope with Grief on Mother’s Day Mother’s Day, for many, is a time of celebration with one of your biggest supporters, Mom. For the rest of us, this holiday can leave us feeling the blues; especially when Mom (or our maternal support) is no longer with us. Your lack of Mother’s Day […]
And if I could tell you one thing, it would be: You are never as broken as you think you are. Sure, you have a couple of scars and a couple of bad memories, but then again, all great heroes do. -ltn
“It’s OK if you fall down and lose your spark. Just make sure that when you get back up, you rise as the whole damn fire.” -Colette Werden
Anger Management Spotlight: The Angry Parent By Bunny Young, MA,QMHP Every parent gets angry with their child at some point. It does not help that we have endless stressors: getting to appointments late, financial pressures, health. In the midst of that stress, here comes a screaming child who is taunting her younger brother, lost […]
I never knew how strong I was until I had to forgive someone who wasn’t sorry, and accept an apology I never received.
You’re so hard on yourself. Take a moment. Sit back. Marvel at your life: at the grief that softened you, at the heartache that wisened you, at the suffering that strengthened you. Despite everything, you still grow. Be proud of this.
Whatever you do, never run back to what broke you. -Frank Ocean
Don’t let yourself be controlled by three things: people, money, or past experiences.
Image: Stephen Smith / OpenBible.info The Season of Lent: Six Weeks for Improving Yourself This may have happened to you. You are out with your friends, and suddenly one of them trades in their favorite beverage for a lemonade. And then it occurs to you: Lent! Giving up something for Lent is […]
Maybe life isn’t about avoiding the bruises. Maybe it’s about collecting the scars to prove we showed up for it.