The Anger at Someone with Mental Illness No One Talks About

Is it okay to be angry at someone who struggles with mental illness? It’s a feeling of deep hurt that twists my stomach into knots. I give everything I can and feel that I get nothing in return.  All I want is a connection, reliability, and for them not to be a downer all the time! I miss the person I use to know so well!

The Secret To Raising Resilient Children

Bruce Feiler explains why family history creates more resilient children in his article "The Stories That Bind Us", I hit the breaking point as a parent a few years ago. It was the week of my extended family’s annual gathering in August, and we were struggling with assorted crises. My parents were aging; my wife and... Continue Reading →

Learning from Stephanie Nielson

I got to listen to Stephanie Nielson speak on October 1st! She is my hero for so many reasons and I love reading her blog so I was extremely excited to listen to her speak at Utah Valley University. I was disappointed that I had to sit in the back but it was just incredible to... Continue Reading →

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