“Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Keep going. Tough situations build strong people in the end.” — Roy Bennet When Jason Wickline saw his son, Krystian, being taken into custody by Child Protective Services, he knew that he needed to turn his life around before it was too late.
“I am really stressed right now.” This common line usually denotes stress as negative sensation. It may be caused by deadlines, tight schedules, family drama, and health problems. Stress is usually linked to sadness, unhealthy eating habit, and increased risk of serious diseases. This information is true, but did you know that there is a
Motherhood is uniquely experienced by all who have children, be it birth or adoptive mother. You are A MOTHER. No two mothers are the same and no two babies are the same. So understandably, we all go through a phase of trying to figure out what is best for our children. We receive unsolicited advice
Chances are, if you were drawn to the title of this blog, you know the definition of the word “anguish” all too well. You know it isn’t like “sadness” or “depression”; Anguish is nothing like “disappointment” or “sorrow” nor even, on its own, “grief.” Anguish is when you are ripped open, body and soul, and
(From the editor: Ms. Keller lost her two young children in a traffic accident in 1991 . She knows grief, she has dealt with it — to this day.) One of the most important things we can do for ourselves when we’re going through a difficult crisis is seek out help from others who have