A Mother’s Experience

How are a mother’s experiences different from yours as the reader? If you are a mother you may want to add to this conversation. If you are a male I’d like to hear your responses. What have our parents really gone through? Trauma. While we are exposed to similar events out there, in our environments, […]

Transcendence The 7th SOC

Stage of Change (SOC) is a term casual readers may like explained. It refers to where the explorer, person or client is regarding ability to or readiness to change. One school of thought is there are five stages. Another mentions a sixth category. I’m proposing yet a seventh. The first five are precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, […]

Happy Mother’s Day

Gratitude seems to be the word that has the most meaning. Think of all the sacrifices our Mothers have made for us. Mothers put themselves at the bottom of the needs list. You get the new dress, suit or shoes first. Mom is cooking and cleaning for you and the family. Moms sit up with […]

Herding Cats with ADD

Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD, or its fraternal twin, ADHD, Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder begin in early childhood but may not be detected until later. This could be during middle school when courses can become more difficult – requiring more focus. You might ask, what courses? Good question. Algebra is a good example. Now, for the first time […]

Women, Men, Stress and Drug Problems.

Do women and men respond the same way to stress? No, they don’t. Our bodies react differently to stress and how we deal with it. Today, with the Coronavirus threatening our children and our lives we may need new and better ways to meet the challenge. The link just below has helpful tips: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/urban-survival/202003/new-research-stress-quarantine-and-5-ways-feel-better What […]