Super Bowl Victims
Super Bowl is right around the corner! It is being called the old school (Denver Broncos) versus new school (Carolina Panthers) football matchup. Super Bowl is the time where most of us spend hours rooting for our favorite team with family and/or friends over food, drinks and TV. However, not everyone will be celebrating. Would you believe […]
Black History Month
As an African-American, I choose to study the history of ethnic background. I do this throughout the year but even more so during the month of February. Why? Because this month has been titled Black History month. I find it odd that we do not have a Caucasian History Month or a Hispanic History Month […]
What Is Passed Down To Us. Appreciating Your Parents!
So what did your parents pass down to you? I’m not talking about a family heirloom or a large monetary sum. I’m talking about what you emotionally inherited; what is passed down to us emotionally? What talents or gifts do you have that your parents also have or had? I’ve been doing this amazing Bible […]
Counseling Can Be Fun! Using Humor to Heal
Fun! Counseling is not the first thing people think of when they think of having fun. Yes counseling is a serious business and it takes some serious work if you want to change. But does that mean there’s nothing fun about counseling? No it doesn’t! I’ve had some really great laughs with my clients over […]
Sleep is Good!!!
For many working adults and parents, we tend to be in full throttle mode on a daily basis. Even at night when it is time to settle down, relax and prepare for a wonderful sleep; we tend to continue to play scenarios over in or heads or continue planning the next days events. How many […]
Battle Between Good and Evil
I love this story about the battle between good and evil! An old Cherokee told his grandson. “My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies, and ego. The Other is Good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, […]
As I look at the news and all the posts on Facebook about the tornados on last night, I realize how precious and fleeting life is. The tornados that occurred in Dallas, Garland, Allen, and Desoto Texas on last night were devastating. People lost everything they owned and some even lost their lives. Any time […]
The Misconception of Working Mothers
What comes to your mind when you hear: working mothers? A phenomenal multitasker? Maybe the juggler in a family circus? The Jill of all trades? I am not a mother, unless you count fur babies, than I am a mother of four amazing animals. However, I know quite a few (if not many) mothers of human babies. […]