Christmas trees are always personal. During COVID-19, however, many carry specific messages about the spirit of the household. What does yours say?
As Husband brought me my morning coffee when he woke me up this morning, I remembered I had a 10:00 appointment today to get my winter tires put on my car. Winter tires: To increase traction on the road to make myself and all who are in my car (which right now, are only immediate …
When I take something on, I want to do a good job of it, so in the main roles of my life, I try hard: a great mom an awesome wife a kick-ass therapist a conscientious global citizen I measure carefully how much I can get done. When I’m asked to speak at a conference …
The game of “you’ve got cooties” as a kid felt horrible. COVID-19 has us playing a version of it–it feels distressing because we were meant to connect, not distance.
Attending a church service–in person–during the pandemic was both very weird and very wonderful
A blessing of grace for parents, teachers, children, and others involved in the start of the 2020 school year.
You cannot force me to wear a mask. For a very important reason. I invite you to not be forced either.
We share custody of the world with COVID-19. We need to have both a healthy fear and a healthy realism moving forward. We need to balance both.
The danger of judging the sincerity of celebrities who apologize for past racism is that the rest of us become fearful to acknowledge our own learning.
A COVID_19 communication coping kit for this age of COVID-19 pandemic when we are re-opening after lockdown. It’s not easy to engage in conversation with others who think differently than you.