The Easter that Never Ends: A hero and his bride.

Once upon a time,we listened to fairy tales about princesses and children who needed rescuing. We breathed sighs of relief when the handsome prince, the hero, or the timely resourcefulness of the captives, provided a way of escape. Courage and confidence defeated dragons and cancelled magic curses. The ending of the most memorable tales featured …

“Opportunity Knocks. Let’s Get Our Houses in Order” A Note to Families about Connecting.

"You have my eyes and mannerisms. ""We share the same bathroom.""I named you." "We have the same mom and dad.""Our last name is the same."But I don't know you. Our houses are surrounded by invisible fences right now. Trapped "for the foreseeable future", we are experiencing an array of legitimate emotions, some of which must …

“I Just Can’t.”

The tragedy of emotional pain can happen to any of us. How can we as a company of sisters help each other not fall into a living hell?