by T. L. Criswell One of the biggest struggles with having a child with a mental disability is trying to get others to understand, in hopes that they will show some compassion for your child. I often find that my greatest challenge is the starting of a new school year. The poem “Dear Teacher” came about when one particular teacher ... Read More »
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by T. L. Criswell One of the biggest struggles with having a child with a mental disability is tryin...
by: Aleasa Word As the holiday season gets into full swing we are reminded of the joy Christmas shou...
by Kristie Kennedy At some point in our lives we will all experience some type of unpleasant situati...
The Holidays are here again! Depending on where you are with your goals, passion and desires, this c...
Pain is a part of life. Everyone in life will experience an event or a person that will inflict pain...
by: Aleasa Word As the holiday season gets into full swing we are reminded of the joy Christmas should bring. Songs are playing about having a jolly Christmas while kids sing about Santa and Frosty the snowman who never dies. The hustle and bustle and lights are supposed to make us feel great right? For some, the period between Thanksgiving ... Read More »
by Kristie Kennedy At some point in our lives we will all experience some type of unpleasant situation that leaves our hearts saddened. This state of mind should not be a normal way of living. If it is the medical community terms it as depression. Recently, I discovered a definition of depression that vividly expresses what is happening emotionally beneath the ... Read More »
The Holidays are here again! Depending on where you are with your goals, passion and desires, this could be great news or enough to send you into a panic. The thought of the holidays approaching means different things to us all. For some it is about celebrating a religious practice, for others it is all about the decorations. But for many, ... Read More »
Pain is a part of life. Everyone in life will experience an event or a person that will inflict pain on them, no matter how hard they may work to avoid it. It could be a tragic death in the family, a spouse that was abusive, bullying in middle school, or even worse. Whatever the source of pain may be, ... Read More »
by: Angela L. Braden For many, sadness, loneliness, stress, and depression during the holiday season are as common as turkey dinners, crowded shopping trips, candy canes, and sweet potato pies. There are a plethora of reasons why the holiday season is far from cheerful for some. Financial problems, the loss of a loved one, familial discord, lack of or unfulfilled ... Read More »
by H. James Williams There is no end to sources of talk and advice for what one could do, can do or could have done. At the end of the day, it is not what anyone has given talk to doing but what anyone has actually acted upon doing that counts toward talk’s achievement. A Candle in the Darkness I ... Read More »