Tag Archives: support

May, A Month of Pampering

  I am sad to see this month come to an end. I always enjoy the month of May due to its Spring weather and the celebration of Mother’s Day. This Mother’s Day felt all the more significant thanks to … Continue reading

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The Mommy Monologues-An Overview

I can’t believe tomorrow is March 1st, 2017. It feels like we should be six months into the year by now. We are enjoying mild weather. I am busy offering workshops to children in elementary schools as far east as … Continue reading

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Starving Artists

Thank you to all of you who read and follow my blog. You may have noticed that it has been a while since my last post. On January 1st, 2016, I started a new blog on http://www.blogger.com, Ramblings of a … Continue reading

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Creativity and Mindfulness for Art & Soul in 2015

Creativity and mindfulness, those two topics have been on my mind, weaving in and out of conversations over the past months. I wish to promote and cultivate them both in myself and others throughout the new year. I’d like to … Continue reading

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Healing for Couples when one partner is diagnosed with ptsd-7 Strategies for Success

Loving someone diagnosed with ptsd is challenging. These seven strategies can help. 1-When your loved one is diagnosed with ptsd, read about the symptoms to understand how these effect every day life. Knowledge is power. Understanding leads to compassion. It … Continue reading

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Fruition

I feel so blessed as I write this month’s blog. I am sitting in my cozy kitchen, the sun is streaming in. My daughters are busy playing in their toy room, using their vivid imaginations. I can see my art … Continue reading

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The “art” of navigating family transitions

Every family struggles at one time or another. Whether it be a death, divorce, birth,illness, marriage or, moving overseas, no family is immune to events within the lifecycle. As the family system stretches and evolves, some family members embracechange, others … Continue reading

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