As a child, I was always a dreamer. I made up stories, people, words, and anything my mind would let me do. There are benefits of imagination for children, but what about for adults? If we can envision how we want our future, the chances increase that we will obtain it. Isn’t this imagination? I … More Benefits of Imagination for Children and Adults
Have you ever had just a blah day? What’s the cure? Smile! Smile! Smile! I hope eveyone smiles more today! Have a wonderful day! Thanks, Jane for the smile challenge. Join my mailing list for Positive Information on Being Your Best Self and Updates Let’s connect ❤ Join my private positive FB group … More #Smile
Jy and I just returned from Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. We had a neuropsychological evaluation completed. It was an amazing experience. I’ve been a nurse for sixteen years (I’m getting old 😮.), and Primary Children’s Hospital is a model hospital of how healthcare should be. It is not always the big things … More Be Picky: How to Get a Positive Experience with Healthcare
How much can you endure before you crack? Survival of the fittest goes back to the scientist, Charles Darwin. His theory of evolution by natural selection indicates that species which can adapt to their environment are more likely to survive over species which can’t. There are limited resources available in an environment, which promotes competition … More Survival of the Fittest
Raising children is one of the greatest and most difficult responsibilities for any human being. This responsibility becomes more difficult when a person has to raise a child alone. Single parents feel guilty and have the added pressure of believing that they may not be able to provide enough. Please know that you are not … More Strength: Single Parents
It was my birthday yesterday 🎂 🎉 and what a great way to celebrate it with a blog collaboration! Collaboration with a Purpose is back! Our first collaboration was on Coping with LOSS. We had 10 different bloggers post on the topic of loss in hopes to reach anyone who may have been struggling with … More Birthday and Blog Collaboration!
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I was my mothers scapegoat. It was easier to blame me then to take any responsibility for all the troubles in her life: Lived in poverty. No job. Mental health issues. Drank and smoked. Shut out her family. And-on-and-on. My mother has Bipolar disorder and has been heavily medicated almost…