Easing the transition to an extraordinary life

Viewpoints: If you only knew then what you know now, right? Here’s the place to find out all the things that might make the journey a little bit easier, from the voices of experience. Whether it is one of our experts, one of our contributors or one of you, everyone has something they can share that might make it easier for the next person, and that next person could be you!

New Beginnings – Part Two

 Join us for Part Two of Neyonce’s “New Usual” It’s been 400+ days post D-Day (the day of my tragic insurmountable loss) and it’s been 21+ days since I’ve welcomed and accepted my transition into ‘my new usual’ life. While the debilitating pain caused by this loss has ceased (thank goodness, because I am one View Post >

A New Beginning

Please welcome our newest guest contributor, “Neyoncé.” She’ll be sharing her journey through her “New Usual” with us. Hope you will follow along with this powerful story of perseverance.   This past year I faced a tragic insurmountable loss in my life, it’s the kind of loss that debilitates you and knocks the wind out View Post >

Walking on Water – April Showers

  The latest and greatest from our lovely Youth Editor Emily in her series, “Walking on Water- Living with Hydrocephalus.”     Recently, the weather here has been doing all kinds of crazy things. It’s rainy and cool one day, and then sunny and 75 the next. This has been causing all kinds of problems View Post >

Kickin’ It Old Skool by Amy F

Here’s this month’s post by our Featured Contributor, Amy F. It’s rock and roll!   It started out as a Facebook post by a friend – “I am officially an Adult Contemporary listener.” That then expanded into how scary it is that songs we grew up listening to are now considered Classic Rock and even View Post >

A Message from the Editor – 5 Years Today

Hello, friends. Today is a big day for me and my loved ones. This my five year mark of being cancer free. For all cancer patients, making it to five years is a major milestone to a prolonged life without cancer. During the first five years, the chance of recurrence is the highest. Although I View Post >

Be Grateful

    GRATITUDE     Repost from last year – Happy Thanksgiving!    Hello friends. There’s a lot of talk out there about being grateful.  Heck, we even have a holiday devoted to it. Are you thankful for the food or is it a day off or is it football?  How do we really feel about View Post >

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