The Grinch of 2020

One of my favorite books and Christmas movies is How The Grinch Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss.  I have so many memories of reading this story to my children as they were growing up and discussing the true meaning of Christmas.   I am sure you know the story. A town called Who-ville and itsContinue reading “The Grinch of 2020”

Coping With Grief

Grief is a natural emotional reaction to loss.  We generally think of grief as a reaction to the death of a loved one; however it can also be an emotional reaction to a significant life change such as divorce, illness, or a pandemic. As we progress through this quarantine during the holiday season, you mayContinue reading “Coping With Grief”

Feeling Gratitude on Thanksgiving

The preparation for Thanksgiving has felt so strange.  Most of us have had our traditions altered if not totally casted aside for this holiday.  There is still a reason to feel gratitude on Thanksgiving. “Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely youContinue reading “Feeling Gratitude on Thanksgiving”

Our Powerful Mind

Recently all our lives have become fraught with uncertainty, conflict, and anger.  You cannot live in this country (and probably the world) without feeling the unrest, stress and tension present everywhere you go (even if you never leave your home). We are being bombarded by negative messages, nastiness, and even lies, which are almost impossibleContinue reading “Our Powerful Mind”