Author: Hannah Miskelley With summer being around the corner, many look forward to sunny days and warmer nights. For some, summer brings a change in pace and a fresh mindset. The new season can bring new adjustments, such as a change in routine and/or support systems. For children and teens, summer can be an exciting […]
Author: Kat Thompson If someone asked you what the culture of your relationship is, what comes to mind? If you’re honest, maybe words like complacency, stress, chaos, bickering, or even numbness come to mind. If so… you are not alone. As relationships grow and adjust through different seasons of life, it is common to lose the […]
Gratitude in the midst of suffering means looking deeper. It means peering into the deep of your wounded soul and finding the light.
Domestic abuse is sneaky, it’s crafty, and it is invisible to the untrained eye. It rears its ugly head in many forms. And let’s call it what it is. It is using psychological violence against another person as a way to manipulate and exert control. You don’t have to lay a finger on someone to abuse them.
Helping your child process their grief now will have a lasting impact on not only them but the people they have relationships with in the future. It can have a tremendous effect on how they handle stress, loss, and other life events in the future.