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Jan 30

January 30, 2017

The Dangers of Love on the Wildwood Exit

The Dangers of Love on the Wildwood Exit

You hear a lot about happiness on your wedding day.   He just seems to make her so happy.   The bride was beaming with happiness.   I hope you two live happily ever after.   And whether she realizes it or not, every blushing bride prances down the aisle with her own vision of what her happily ever after... Read more

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Sep 19

September 19, 2016

How to Deal When Your Child Prays for a Normal Parent

How to Deal When Your Child Prays for a Normal Parent

It’s been a hard week, and yet, it’s only half way through. You know those kinds of weeks, right? Where each morning you wake up and think, “Today, has to be Friday, right?” But somewhere someone is replaying the same dreadful Tuesday over and over again like a modern-day groundhog’s day. For me, a major culprit has been a particularly... Read more

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Sep 8

September 8, 2016

How to Maintain Deep Friendships in the Midst of Chronic Illness

How to Maintain Deep Friendships in the Midst of Chronic Illness

We’ve all seen and/or experienced it. Chronic illness seems to rob us of some of our most treasured friendships. Maybe we simply lack the time to nurture those relationships or that particular friend loses interest in what’s quickly become a complicated and taxing relationship. How do we maintain lasting, meaningful friendships in the midst of chronic illness? Today, my dear... Read more

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Feb 22

February 22, 2016

How I (almost) Missed The Fight

If I told you how many medical professionals I interact with on some level over the course of an average month, you’d probably spit your coffee out. And since I’m a nice girl who doesn’t want you to have to do that, I’m going to keep it vague. But let’s just say that if going to the doctor was a... Read more

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