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  • 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”

  • Failing Forward

  • Posted by Matt Blowers on January 27, 2015 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • If you are like millions of Americans, you are entering into a bleak time of the year:  the holidays are over, credit cards statements from last months overspending are rolling in, insurance deductibles have reset for the new year, and it’s 4 months until the next national holiday.  These are the months where life can … Continue reading “Failing Forward”