Category Archives: Grief & Loss

God Never Blinks

Growing up in Cleveland, Ohio I am familiar with a retired columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer by the name of Regina Brett. Even after moving away from my home turf, my mother from time to time talked about one … Continue reading

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Ten Keys to a Strong Family

Our world today is complicated. Daily we are reminded that life is fragile, and downright unpredictable. We feel incredible stress and anxiety, uncertain of what the future holds for ourselves and those we love. Many of us hunger to know … Continue reading

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Change What Doesn’t Work

From time to time we have others suggest that we change something about our lives or ourselves if it doesn’t appear to work for us anymore. They see us from a different viewpoint and call attention to how stuck we … Continue reading

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