Fayetteville, NC

I have failed to write…

Posted by on Feb 1, 2018 in Anxiety & Depression, Homepage | 0 comments

What do you mean…failed to write? Write what? You might be wondering. I am just going to be real honest with you. My failure to write here on my blog over the last year is around my very own PERFECTIONISM. How many of you can relate to perfectionism getting in the way of your life? Does it keep you stuck like it can me? I WANT TO WRITE…I really do. I have said that too many times to count and dreamed about writing for years. In...

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New Hopes, New Dreams, A New Year 2017

Posted by on Jan 27, 2017 in Anxiety & Depression, Grief & Loss, Homepage, Infertility, Post Partum Depression, Pregnancy Loss (Miscarriage/Stillbirth) | 0 comments

Dear Ones… It has been quite some time since I last blogged. I have been missing in action for several months. You might have been wondering…what happened? Well, first, one of my hopes for the new year is to get the blog going again. I truly enjoy writing from my heart and have missed it over the months. AND second…. Our family received some very exciting and time consuming news last year…NOT ONE, BUT TWO (2) foster sons!...

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Miscarriage: My Third Story

Posted by on Mar 30, 2016 in Anxiety & Depression, Grief & Loss, Homepage, Infertility, Pregnancy Loss (Miscarriage/Stillbirth) | 0 comments

Yes, it is true. I am here again.   SHOCK. DISBELIEF.   A third miscarriage in two years.   Here is an excerpt from my journal:   “Sunday, Sept 27, 2015, 3:55pm…It is happening again…our now 3rd miscarriage. I am 1:3 with having children, not a good ratio when I desperately want more children. It SUCKS! I am tired and have low energy. I feel unhealthy and sick. I am tired of going to the doctor. Having miscarriages is zapping, draining, and...

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The Love Sandwich: 1 Key to Communication

Posted by on Mar 11, 2016 in Anxiety & Depression, Homepage, Infertility, Post Partum Depression, Pregnancy Loss (Miscarriage/Stillbirth) | 0 comments

Oftentimes I see clients who are interested in practicing better communication skills whether it be with their spouse, partner, coworkers, boss, family members or others.   Desiring close connection and intimacy in relationship with others will mean that we have to have hard, challenging conversations at times throughout our lives.   Conversations that we may just not want to have. I get it. I have been there too. I have had to have difficult...

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