What not to do or say to the caregiver Most people don’t know what to say or do in times of enormous pain and suffering. It happens that I’ve learned a few things during the past month in which I lost my mother-in-law and three weeks later, her precious son, my husband and love of… Read More
So you’ve tried everything from soup to nuts but nothing has worked.
Like the nearly 2 million other people who watched the VMAs as pop-singer, Lizzo told us to toss our hair, check our nails, look in the mirror and “feel good as hell!”, I too felt the power of her statement and the spirit with which she empowers women who for too long have not felt… Read More
I’m all dressed up, wearing no make-up…and for me, that’s ok. You see this is a day for which I am most grateful. My grandmother lived to be 93 years old. I was only 7 when she died. I was heartbroken, but one year earlier, I had lost my mother’s eldest sister to complications of… Read More
The kids are yelling, the boss is calling and if that’s not enough, your can’t find your socks! Oye! From those to more serious problems like being out of work or for some of you, over-worked (and under paid), to fighting off bill collectors who want your home — you’re stressed to the hilt! I… Read More