In honor of Mental Illness Awareness week, I interviewed my 9-year-old daughter about her experience with a transient tic disorder, which is fairly common in elementary school age children. See my questions and her answers below. If you’d like to know more, about tics check out this CDC website. Q: What is a tic? A:... Continue Reading →
Alcohol has wreaked havoc on many, its impact leaving a stain throughout generations. Because of its impact on me personally, I talk very openly about it at home, in the hopes that my children will learn that alcohol should be consumed with caution. Because of this, my fifteen-year-old has approached me to say that she... Continue Reading →
Trump truly does seem to see things through the lens of winning or losing. If one wins, they succeed. With his nicknames demeaning others during the election and his constant attacks on other people, it seems obvious that he believes that in order to stay on top, he needs to step on others. And it's worked - it's working. We as a society have turned so much of life into a zero sum game where one person's win means another's loss.