coping with loss

Coping with Loses as we Age

June 3, 2022
By Paul Meier

We grow up reading fairy tales where the story always ends, “and they lived happily ever after.” But as you grow up, reality is often harsh. In junior high school, […]

The Teen Suicide Pandemic

March 25, 2022
By Brittany Simer

There is a pandemic affecting adolescents that has been growing in severity for decades, without the coverage or attention that it deserves. Suicide is a hard subject to talk about, […]

Anger: Harmful or Helpful?

February 25, 2022
By Nicole Cho

When was the last time you were grateful for being angry? Were you ever thankful to have gotten angry? I often hear that anger is not good. Anger is destructive. […]

Hope After Death

January 25, 2022
By John O'Brien

With the Corona pandemic, many of us have experienced the deaths of friends and family members. Some of these died from Corona, some from other causes that may have caught […]