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Family Historian

Family Historian

I have become my family’s historian by default after my mothers’ side of the family started to pass away.  Tubs of pictures, clippings and other items were passed on to my mom and then on to me. I was in awe and a little inundated with the amount of pictures and...
Paralyzed By Choice

Paralyzed By Choice

We live in a day and age where we have endless possibilities through endless scrolling.  There is Facebook, Twitter and my personal favorite: late night Netflix. You run through Netflix and before you know it, an hour has passed by and you haven’t committed to a...
Nonnegotiables

Nonnegotiables

I’ve been circling the drain on an article I read this past summer on nonnegotiables.  It’s a term we use a lot in therapy in regards to new jobs, new relationships, redefining family relations and overall building a sense of identity.  Identifying the big...
Ongoing Loneliness

Ongoing Loneliness

Loneliness and the other mental health issues that partner with it, have been the lead conversation with my grandmother recently.  The first time we got to see each other, was probably about six months ago. This was after a long year of conversations through her...
Back To School Jitters

Back To School Jitters

The start to a new school year can be stressful during a normal year, let alone during our current situation of being in the midst of a global pandemic. The locust are out, which means school is right around the corner. This also means, we should probably start...