Here’s an article about highly sensitive people, surviving the pandemic, and a little bit about my relationship with my grandmother.
I’ve got to admit, Thanksgiving used to be my least favorite holiday. Here are some things I’m not really a fan of: Turkey waiting to eat As a child, pitch-ins, or food I didn’t know what it was made of. I was (and am, if I’m being honest) a picky eater. If food was broughtContinue reading “Thankfulness: Thanksgiving, Tradition Changes and COVID”
Remember the song from Sesame Street? (you may want to ask a parent if you are under 40) “Everyone makes mistakes oh yes, they do….. Your sister and your brother and your dad and mother too… big people small people matter of fact, ALL People…” well, you get the idea. We all have a tendencyContinue reading “Mental Health: Everyone Makes Mistakes, Anxiety and ADHD”
So anyone who lives in the US (or really, in the world) knows that there has been a recent election in the US. It was, or is, a very tight race, with lots of people voting for the candidates whom they feel best represent their interests, their level of comfort, and numerous other reasons thatContinue reading “Leadership: Using Empathy ‘I Hear You Saying You Are Frustrated’”
We heard this spring that there may be a second wave of Coronavirus as people started to re-emerge from their homes. Texas, which is a state with soooo many people, seems to be experiencing that at the moment. There are a lot of debates and different opinions about why the numbers have gone up soContinue reading “Phase 2, Coronavirus: Hitting our Stride and Moving Forward”