Safely Anchored

After some scary things had come to light locally regarding children’s safety a friend was asking for the best books to better teach her small children. I went through many book options and she wanted more…more developmentally appropriate for her children, more proper anatomy, more positivity. She also wanted less fear and fewer opinions…

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Ways I Survived Medical School and Residency as a Medical Spouse

When you are the spouse of someone in medical school, trying to figure out some semblance of balance in your life can be challenging at best! Really, this is a struggle for anyone with a spouse who either works a ton, has an irregular or unpredictable schedule, or… both.

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Love in the Midst: Reflections after a Horrible Car Accident

In the days to follow, I expected pure joy and peace. My husband nearly died and was mercifully spared. I expected gratitude to fill my heart and soul, after all, it was Thanksgiving. I was thankful, but I was also bitter and directed it toward him.

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