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  • OVERCOMING GRIEF: A year later

     

    As many of you know, I lost my mother in the Spring of 2017. So, I have gotten past the one year mark. And I have learned some very interesting things about grief. Some of which I have blogged about in the months following her death. Some that I have only come to learn in […]

    OVERCOMING GRIEF: A year later
  • OVERCOMING GOOD CHOICES: Is there a best option?

    We all make choices. Every day. Many times a day. To get out of bed, to shower, what to wear (a BIG decision for some), what to eat for breakfast, and the list goes on. Some of these decisions are so easy they don’t really feel like options any more. We do them automatically. The […]

    OVERCOMING GOOD CHOICES: Is there a best option?
  • OVERCOMING MY SCHEDULE: My 3-Fold Purpose

    Ever felt overwhelmed by your schedule?

    Had too many things on the “To Do” list than you could possible do that day? Orthat week?

    Do you know all too well the intense stress of having too many things to do right now and nothing can be put off?

    Brothers, sisters, we can commiserate together! You are in good company. […]

    OVERCOMING MY SCHEDULE: My 3-Fold Purpose
  • CRITIQUE IN WRITING: Can you handle the truth?

    In life, there are many different types of people…different types of personalities. And, as a leader in various organizations and ministries, I’ve discovered the need for this variety. Especially on your core team.

    You need those that I call “The Cheerleaders”. These are your optimists, the glass-is-half-full kind of people. They will walk into a meeting […]

    CRITIQUE IN WRITING: Can you handle the truth?
  • FIND BALANCE: Cut Out the Unnecessary Excess

    There comes a time in anyone’s life when you just get overwhelmed. You know what I mean…overstressed, overtired, overwrought, overdone. It’s too much. Your TO DO list is longer at the end of the day than it was at the beginning.

    You have tried prioritizing your TO DO list and “being okay” with checking off the […]

    FIND BALANCE: Cut Out the Unnecessary Excess
  • ADHD/AUTISM: Are we making any progress!?!?

    I think one of the hardest things about living with ADHD/Autism is this very issue: ARE WE MAKING ANY PROGRESS!?!?

    First, I think I should share a few things about my kids:

    My son who is autistic is high-functioning. If they still had the Asperger’s diagnosis, he would fit in that classification most likely. And our […]

    ADHD/AUTISM: Are we making any progress!?!?
  • ADHD/AUTISM: Our story

    So, last week, I shared about my son’s diagnosis with high-functioning autism at 2 years old. That’s not the end of the story BY FAR. I would say that last week was more about that diagnosis and a bit of our story. But today, let me give you a wider view of my story with […]

    ADHD/AUTISM: Our story
  • AUTISM: The Diagnosis

    ***When our son, Andrew, was first diagnosed, we started a blog (that we didn’t keep up with very well) called “Andrew’s Journey”. This is the first entry in that blog (edited for this post’s purposes).***

    It seems like a lifetime ago that our pediatrician said to us that there was a possibility our sweet 2 year […]

    AUTISM: The Diagnosis