• 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”

  • Slowing Down

  • Posted by Cathy O'Neal on March 30, 2015 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • I’m not particularly good at slowing down.  As a matter of fact, I have a tendency to be a bit of a “worker bee,” feeling guilty if I sit down for too long without doing something “productive.”  I just recently completed my Master’s degree, so the past two and a half years have been busy. … Continue reading “Slowing Down”

  • Feeling Love

  • Posted by Sandra Stanford on March 3, 2015 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • It is one thing to know you are loved and another to deeply feel the love that is poured on you. I felt that love this past weekend. The story began in May when I started searching for a new tea room to celebrate my birthday with my friends in February. Our favorite tea room … Continue reading “Feeling Love”

  • Co-Parenting

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on February 14, 2015 | Topics: Parenting
  • One of the most heart-wrenching experiences through which a person can go is the process of divorce. It can be even more horrifying when children are involved.  Parents often wonder if the divorce will “mess-up” their child.  They fear the long-term effects and are concerned their child will suffer greatly because of the divorce.   The … Continue reading “Co-Parenting”