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What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger: Dealing with stress in the family as a family

Strong families are beneficial to not only themselves but to the communities in which they reside; they are the building blocks of society. Unfortunately, even the strongest family can be shaken by stress.  However, the stress itself is not so much the problem but how it is dealt with. The mi...

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Self-care for caregivers: A personal perspective

  I am the mother of three, including a set of twins, one of which has sickle cell.  I am the part-time caretaker of a parent with dementia.  I am intimately familiar with being a caregiver. In honor of September’s sickle cell awareness month, and in honor of all the caregivers out here ...

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Children’s Mental Health Matters

Dancing through daffodils Smiling at the frog as it leaps to freedom Upturned face capturing the sweet breeze  Swing set waiting in anticipation for little legs to set it flying Sprinklers chase them through the grass  As peals of laughter waft up to the listening ears of perched birds Sun shin...

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A Shift in How We Think About and Work with Our Teenagers

During a recent trip home to Miami, I ran into a childhood friend in the grocery store that I hadn’t seen since high school. We shared a sweet moment as we caught up and talked about the highlights of our lives over the last 25 years. We covered the usual banter – mutual friends, places [&hel...

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Bringing Joy to the World, Specifically Our Neighbors; Be a Light…

The Holidays. They can be as stressful as they are joyous, as lonely as they are uplifting. As we get caught up in Christmas carols and the twinkling of tinsel, as we gather around tables to feast and give thanks for our many blessings it brings opportunity to be a blessing. We may not know [&hel...

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School has started!

Allan Bloom states that “Education is the movement from darkness to light.”  Summer is over and school is back in session. Transitioning to the school year can be an exciting time, yet it can also carry worries for everyone. Students can struggle with worries about classes, schoolwor...

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