Skeleton Stories: When I Was Ten

July 9, 2015

EDITED: Ah, the power of the Internet. My Dad read this and we had a long talk. I have judiciously edited this for more accuracy. I have no intention of slander, but rather to highlight that abuse and dysfunction happen. When we keep these secrets, they perpetuation the problems for generations.  We all have skeletons […]

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A Hard Lesson From A Photo Of My Kids

June 28, 2015

It’s been 2 weeks since I found myself shaking from anger and shame. A friend of mine posted to my Facebook wall about my kids’ photograph on an article through an advocacy news website, inquiring about my permission for it’s use. The article didn’t bother me – it was the use of a photograph I took […]

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What Bolivia Showed Me

May 8, 2015

I’ve been back from my trip to Bolivia for almost 2 weeks! While I wrote in my journal much of the way home, I have had a hard time figuring out how to share the deep shift in my perspective that Bolivia showed me. When I left, I wondered what would happen or how the […]

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The Danger Of Just Enough Information: MTHFR gaining attention

May 6, 2015

I finally feel like I’ve figured out my MTHFR gene mutation solution to avoid constant muscle spasms and great voids of energy.  And, the topic is finally hitting mainstream sites like The Stir’s “Why Some Moms Should Skip Prenatal Vitamins.” The article brings MTHFR to light, but is dangerously negligent in providing useful information and […]

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