The Misadventures of Momma Bish and Munchie

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Four Years of Mourning

Yesterday was 4 years without you… and it still seems surreal. I still want to call you, hug you, and scream a long list of profanities into my pillow when reality sets in that I will never wrap my arms… Continue Reading →

Thriving in Honor of…

I’ve been reading a book, “The Whole Brained Child,” which examines brain development of children, the way our brains respond to stress, and how to turn navigate difficult situations by stimulating various parts of our brain. (It’s not as boring… Continue Reading →

The Grieving Family is NOT Your Therapist

In 2012, Joe Biden spoke to the families of soldiers about grief. He said, “There will come a day – I promise you, and your parents as well – when the thought of your son or daughter, or your husband or… Continue Reading →

What I Need is Accountability… Not a Free Pass

People have been walking on eggshells around me, and I know it. People have been treating me differently, and it’s getting on my nerves. If you just met me, you might not have any idea why people are trying to … Continue reading

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