8 tips on getting through the un-merry holidays

For many, December is the season for the Christmas Blues – the time of year that becomes the most dreaded instead of the most joyous despite how many songs have the word “merry” in them. That feeling of dread only grows if you’re broke, if you are missing a loved one, if you find yourself... Continue Reading →

5 reasons for the blues

I've been a real ray of sunshine on this blog as of late, haven't I? I hate that the last several posts have been so negative. I'm afraid I'm becoming one of those people that use social media to complain - the very people I eventually unfriend on Facebook because I can't take their negativity... Continue Reading →

When the sad becomes too big

I met my friend “Lisa” about 6 years ago when she was a new mother, and a single one at that. My sister introduced us, seeing how her friend felt incredibly alone in the process and needed someone who could relate. I was a little more seasoned in the single mom arena, and we hit... Continue Reading →

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