Author: Robin Nicholas

  • Deep Loss

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on June 20, 2016 | Topics: Grief, Trauma
  • As I woke up the other morning I grabbed my phone and was confused by the various messages asking if I was OK. I quickly pulled up the local Orlando news to see that during the night a dark horrific tragedy had occurred in the city I call home. My heart sunk as I viewed the … Continue reading “Deep Loss”

  • Thanksgiving

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on November 24, 2015 | Topics: Family, Personal Growth
  • “Why did I agree to this? What was I thinking? I’ve never cooked a meal this big in my life! Now, my family is counting on ME to make our Thanksgiving meal. “ These were the thoughts running through my mind as I sat at my kitchen table searching recipes and creating a game plan … Continue reading “Thanksgiving”

  • Rememberance

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on September 15, 2015 | Topics: Grief
  •   This past Friday was 9/11. A day remembered by our nation as one of the darkest days in American history. A day so impactful that most Americans remember exactly where they were and what they were doing the moment they heard the horrific news. Countless men, women and children lost their lives that day. … Continue reading “Rememberance”

  • Follow-Through

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on April 28, 2015 | Topics: Parenting
  • “My kid doesn’t believe me when I tell him I’ll be at his soccer game.” “I can’t get my child to listen to me.” “My daughter stopped asking me to play tea party with her.” “My little girl won’t follow the house rules.” These are statements that have been voiced by frustrated parents. After some … Continue reading “Follow-Through”