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Changing the Facebook page…

I’m so encouraged by the response I received from my most recent post.  Sooooo many emails and a couple of public responses.  I thank all of you for your kind words.  It meant a lot to me to hear, not … Continue reading

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A personally tough winter…

This past winter has been one of the toughest for me personally for a couple of reasons. One is health related and one is house related.  I’ll start with the latter… In December of last year, we had a flood … Continue reading

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You’re worth the investment….

Yesterday I shared an article about the reasons some people use to avoid counseling.  It got me thinking…What about the reason some people could use to engage in counseling?  How about:  Because you’re worth the investment. The investment in the effort … Continue reading

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Telecounseling Legitimized….

While I am not a mental health counselor, it is true that bereavement counselors are far and few between in most areas. Not all hospices offer counseling to the community (meaning those families who did not utilize their services). By … Continue reading

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