Month: February 2018

Being Kind to Ourselves Helps Our Kids Learn to Love

Now that my two daughters are in elementary school, weekdays have become more hectic. Mornings are a whirlwind – wrestling everyone out of bed, searching for missing socks and library books, then rushing out to meet the bus – and afternoons are jam-packed with homework and extracurricular activities. When my kids had an extra day… Read more »

Jordan’s Perspective: Loving the Process, Not Just the Final Product

Have you ever been in the middle of a workout, muscles on fire and lungs burning, and thought to yourself,  “I’m really enjoying this right now!”?  I haven’t either.  The truth is, most people don’t enjoy a lot of things that are typically associated with working out.  It is hard to find someone that loves… Read more »

Kaleigh’s Story: Loving Yourself Beyond the Stigma of Mental Illness

The idea of loving myself was completely foreign until I realized I had no other option.   My depression was so bad I could barely pull myself from my wooden bedroom floor. Nothing mattered, every conversation and every day melted together. I was unfulfilled with my work as a waitress – working doubles barely getting… Read more »