By: Sandy Churchill I trust in you, I trust in you, I trust in you… Maybe if I say it enough, like a mantra, my very being will absorb it as an unshakeable truth. Trust is hard. Having faith in the future can be juggling an overwhelmingly weighty barbell precariously on one shoulder, with your … More Trusting in Yourself and Taking Risks
By: Sandy Churchill I am one of the billions of people on the planet who has faith in a higher being—to me, God is blessedly in charge and provides a caring, listening ear to everything from praise and gratitude to parenting and marriage challenges, career woes, and world crisis prayers of all kinds. There is … More When Life Has Other Plans: Embracing Change When the Answer is No
By: Tanvi Maharaja The human foot is made of 33 joints. It is supremely adaptable to various terrains and is designed to provide mobility with stability. The number of different positions it can move into, the different muscles it uses, the ligamentous and capsular support it has been endowed with are actually pretty mind-boggling. … More RESILIENCE IS YOU!!
By: Sandy Churchill As a Signature Healthcare Mommy Blogger, I am typically tasked with sharing stories of parenting—the ups, downs, inspirations, and lessons learned over the years. While the focus on parenting issues typically spans birth to college, tots to teens, we rarely consider the life lessons shared by grandparents, great grandparents, and other … More Centenarian Wisdom: Peace is Worth Fighting For
By: Lauren Tankle I’m not recommending anyone get divorced; it drains you of all your energy, optimism and sanity. BUT after experiencing the most horrific year of my life and living through the dark abyss that is divorce, I can say, now that it is over, I came out the other side a … More 4 Reasons Getting Divorced Made Me a Better Me
By: Deirdre Littlefield We need to bring humility back to our children. We have been taught to praise everything they do to raise their self-esteem. We have told them how great they are for everyday tasks and have rewarded them in every area from academics to sports to citizenship. We, as a society, have … More A Touch Of Humility
By: Carolyn Coleman I am really starting to wonder “where has the time gone?” My son just started his senior year of high school; he’s a student athlete, so he just signed his “National Letter of Intent” to play college basketball. As parents, we pride ourselves on getting our kids ready for college and … More Where Has the Time Gone!!!