Monthly Archives: May 2012

Barriers at Church

“…our thoughts and feelings about disability are often deeply imbedded within our minds by culture. It takes time and effort to discover what we think, and even more time and effort to change.” This sentence caught my eye as I … Continue reading

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How Could You?

It is estimated that with every suicide, at least six people are intimately affected. In families where a suicide has occurred, unresolved issues surrounding the suicide can affect its members for several generations. Chaos of the Heart was created for … Continue reading

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Dignity…for Caregivers

“I knew it was the honorable thing to do, and I’d often ask myself who else would take care of him if I didn’t do it?” This was my mother’s honest answer, when asked why she took care of my … Continue reading

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