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Do You Know the Key to Surviving Challenges?

I hope you enjoyed the long Thanksgiving weekend and found a few quiet moments to reflect on what you are truly thankful for, no matter what challenges you may be facing.  I am a firm believer that an “attitude of gratitude” brings more of the best that life has to offer, whereas “sticking thinking” produces more of the same.  I…read more →

THESE are REALLY SCARY STORIES!

THESE are REALLY SCARY STORIES!

Happy Halloween!  I love this time of year – watching the leaves change, hearing the crackle of leaves under my feet, and eagerly awaiting Halloween night for the children out trick or treating. There’s something kind of crazy about watching a spooky, scary movie or attending a “haunted house” that many of us enjoy.  Maybe it’s the build-up and anticipation…read more →

Seeking Support Is a Sign of Strength

Seeking Support Is a Sign of Strength

September is one of my favorite months of the year because it means cooler weather is on its way. With Georgia having had nearly 90 days of temperatures above 90 degrees, I for one am ready for a change! The changing of seasons is always a reminder to me of the ebb and flow of life because just as I’ve…read more →

Join us: Breaking the Legacy of Trauma

SPEAKING – National Association of Social Workers (NASW) – GA Chapter Conference – October 7, 2016. I’m excited to be selected to co-present this workshop – “Breaking the Legacy of Trauma,” with Angela Williams, founder o fwww.VoiceToday.org, to colleagues in the Social Workers field.

DivorceTown Mixer Exclusively for Divorce Service Providers

WHEN: Tuesday, November 1, 2016               6:00 – 9:00 pm   WHERE:               Hudson Grille 6317 Roswell Road Sandy Springs, GA  30328 (404) 554-8282 Located in the Marshall’s Shopping Center Across from CVS   Wouldn’t it feel great to attend a networking event where everyone shared a common professional thread…read more →

Get Protected

Get Protected

Labor Day is nearly upon us and that got me wondering about the history of this holiday. As you may be aware in the mid to late 1800’s many workers in our country labored under horrendous working conditions with little pay and little say about their deplorable, unsanitary, and unsafe conditions. Even children were forced to toil away in factories…read more →

Divorce Your House along with Your Spouse!

It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to an end, at least for the kiddos in Georgia that is. Many counties start back this week making for sad kids, but happy parents! Summertime is also when a lot of families move due to job changes, needing more or less space, or perhaps life challenges like divorce, and so it seemed the…read more →

How YOU Can Avoid Costly Litigation!

This weekend, my husband and I celebrated Father’s Day with my children and grandchildren. Whether you are a dad, or you got the privilege to celebrate the day with your dad, I think most people would agree that it’s significant for children to have fathers involved in their lives, especially if mom and dad are divorced. Sadly, the reality is…read more →

Happy May to you! Did you know it’s National Mental Health Month?

Our mental and emotional states are intimately intertwined and work together as we process thoughts through our cognitive reasoning while simultaneously filtering them through our emotional perceptions, although our perceptions sometimes may not be in sync with reality. This is especially true when we are facing stress that feels monumental and our ability to think clearly feels clouded. When we…read more →

Happy Financial Literacy Month to you!  So what exactly is Financial Literacy?

Happy Financial Literacy Month to you!  So what exactly is Financial Literacy?

According to www.PBS.org, the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Literacy defines personal financial literacy as “the ability to use knowledge and skills to manage financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being.” (2008 Annual Report to the President) I believe that the majority of people in our country still have a long way to go on achieving the knowledge…read more →