Monthly Archives: July 2012

How Do I Look…?

My daughter found the most interesting vintage ad on Pinterest the other day. It stirred up quite the conversation in our home about body image, if looking thin or curvy is more attractive, and the lies our culture tells us … Continue reading

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I Can’t Talk About It

One in four girls and one in six boys are sexually abused in this country before the age of 18. Thirty-nine million American adults carry this open wound in their hearts leading to depression, substance abuse, broken marriages, and repeat … Continue reading

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Drink Deep: In Honor of Your Loved One

“Grief is a journey, often perilous and without clear direction,” writes author Molly Fumia. “The experience of grieving cannot be ordered or categorized, hurried or controlled, pushed aside or ignored indefinitely. It is inevitable as breathing, as change, as love. … Continue reading

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