Do you remember?

The sun, the breeze, and the smell of freshly cut grass surrounds me as I sit in my gazebo.  The trees are bursting forth with new growth. Since Arvid and I have been going through some personal trials these past months, someone asked me recently how I deal with all that is happening and not Continue Reading >>

Easter’s Light

In the midst of the Coronavirus and all the changes we’ve had to make in our lives, there have been many losses to work through each day. Loss of loved ones, loss of jobs, cancellations of high school proms and graduations, loss of gathering together at faith communities, loss of control, loss of physical contact, Continue Reading >>

Coping with The Loss of a Child

No parent is ever prepared for the devastating loss of their child. The death of a child may be the worst trauma a human being can experience.  The pain from losing a child can seem unbearable and lead to many other complicated emotions. Grief is a natural process after dealing with such a loss. Here Continue Reading >>

Coping with Divorce

When you say “I do” at the end of the alter and seal your love with a kiss, you may never imagine that you and your spouse will be separating someday. Navigating through a divorce is extremely difficult and can cause feelings of inadequacy and hopelessness. When dealing with this it is normal to feel Continue Reading >>