Life is weird sometimes. My dating history is somewhat unusual. I’ve been married and divorced twice and had one live-together relationship. Yes, somehow along the way I never really dated. My first marriage we dated once as a couple, got Continue reading Dating for the first time after two divorces and a live-in relationship….
The following story is a mother’s experience of her child’s anaphylaxis. It’s one of the best descriptions I have ever read of what it’s actually like and also, how poorly it is understood by so many doctors. Like this mother, Continue reading There needs to be a support group for those who have suffered near fatal anaphylaxis and their loved ones…
One of the hardest things to manage when you’re chronically ill, and long-term sick, is the feelings of guilt when ‘caught’ doing something that society doesn’t expect of you in your current situation. Early on in my current situation, I Continue reading You can’t be sick because….
Over the past few years, there has slowly been an increasing awareness of a pervading sense of entitlement in the millennial generation and younger. Our increased emphasis on children’s rights seems to have bred a generation that assumes that their Continue reading Is entitlement due to decreased discipline?
As a long term country music fan I was excited to see an announcement earlier this week about a ‘Calming room’ being provided at Dollywood. The room has been designed to provide a space for children with sensory issues, such as Continue reading Adult children of yesterday