“Everything Doesn’t Happen For A Reason”*


I recently read a blog online (I know, goes without saying) by a man named Tim (no last name) who says he suffers from cerebral palsy and epilepsy.  As we all know, these are two illnesses that keep on giving.  You never get well.  You just have to live with them.  The tenor of his […]

The 12 Stages of Grief


Those of us who have ever had a pet die, a loved one pass away or have gone through a divorce know that afterwards they have experienced a series of emotions, the predominant factor being sadness.  The official term for this experience is called “grieving”. Grieving comes in many forms and shapes and has been studied […]