Surviving Infertility: Why ‘At Peace’ May Never Describe It
My latest and original, HuffPost Parents piece has brought out a lot of the judgers, haters and miseducated. Unfortunately, I guess I am not all that surprised, but I do feel more disheartened. We have a lot of work to
Tread, Float or Just Stand
I have been blogging for a year and half now. A lot of learning, growth, healing and connection has happened in that year and a half.
Getting Out of Our Own Way: What We Look For We Will See
We are surrounded by infinite possibilities, all we have to do is ask for them. I asked the universe/energy/field/God (for me, I call it God) for a clear sign/blessing/gift and it had 48 hours to show it to me.
Guest Post: A Mighty Throng
This week we have Lisa from Amateur Nester. Incredibly, just like many of my other friends in the blogging community, I cannot say for sure how Lisa and I found one another. All I know is that it was no mistake
Making It Well With My Soul
So many of us are struggling to not only do the work to survive this life but to embrace that these struggles, losses and hurts can, will and must become well with our soul.
What Would It Be Like to Stop Doing and Let It Be?
I am doer. A determined, impatient, fast, get it done and get it done right and get it done quickly doer.
Choosing to Be Remade
I am not one to believe in the mindset of victim. I do not believe we are victims unless we choose to be.
Scarred But Never Closed
Singing my heart out, holding back tears, as this seems to be what I do lately in church as I am wrestling so much with myself, with trusting and my faith journey, I had one of my first true writer
The Childfree Mother-My Messy Beautiful
My messy is the random anger and bitterness that can over take me at times. My messy is the underlying sadness that comes and goes because I didn’t get what I wanted or hoped for.
Faith in Something
I have spent most of my adult life struggling with religion while maintaining a decent amount of my own faith. Because frankly, there is nothing like being a mental health therapist who has struggled with infertility to make one doubt