By chance today, I was put in touch with a woman named Jennifer. She is an artist who was diagnosed with MS this year. She is working on a project to put a face to this disease. I want to help her.
Why is it so many of us can not be still and quiet? Our worlds are constantly rolling waves of demand over us, making us feel caught up in the rip tide with no way out. We all need inner peace, and quiet time to balance our heart, mind and soul.
How can grandparents survive parenting their grand children? I find that tickling the funny bone provides relief in stressful situations. Lots of Love. Lots of Laughs. And for extreme moments, lots of duct tape and velcro. (used occasionally for assisting with my own self restraint).
We can all learn lessons from the world around us. Nature is a great teacher, if we but look around and pay attention. Animals in nature have time tested techniques that they follow and each generation is as strong as the last. My what we should learn from the birds and the bees!!
Living with a loved one who has Bi-Polar Disorder can be very difficult. Even more so when it is your child and you can't find the help you need.
Probation and Parole can be a positive experience. It is what you make it. This hub offers some suggestions to help you succeed. A brighter future can be yours. If you choose it.
How do you get help for Mental Health issues when you first come out of prison. You have no job, no insurance and often many other barriers. Here are some useful tips that miht help.
A Sweet Cheat Chocolate dellight that will satisfy your craving for dessert and take away all your guilt for having it. This is always a favorite at our family gatherings, it is also a favorite of mine presonally when I just have to have something satisfying and sweet.
Music affects our mood, our thought and ultimately our outcomes in many situations.
Your attitude can make all the difference in any situation. Probation can be a positive event, if you let it be.
This is a group of segments all centered on issues inmates face when they are on parole. Transitioning back into the community can be difficult but with the right support, and attitude, it can be successful.