Archive for September, 2011

When A Child Dies – Getting Support

Sunday, September 25th, 2011

I bring you this collection of resources on child death because of recent news reports in my state. Two wrongful child deaths in particular have had an impact on me and many others.

Depression – Responsibility And More Options For Stubborn Depression

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

Tonight I read a reader comment about depression and responsibility that really made me think. What if a family member clearly has depression but doesn’t do much to make things work?

Post 9/11 Anniversary Reflections

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

I know the 9/11 anniversary has already past, but my reflections have been spread out over much more than one day. In fact, much of it came late last night while talking with my kids and this morning when I was alone.


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