Each morning, I deliberately reaffirm my faith in my ability to overcome. Every single day starts with the conscious decision to live a life that is not governed by fear. Every day I get through is a victory, and that victory tells me that I am bigger than my fear. Anyone who lives with PTSD knows … Continue reading Keep Your Head Up
For the last eight years, it has been my full time job to advocate for people to ensure they receive the insurance benefits they are entitled to. Time and again, I have had many discouraged people ready to give up on the tedious and seemingly endless fight to securing coverage for lifesaving medications because of the runaround their insurance company has been giving them.
Imagine a mother's panic to pick up the phone on a quiet Sunday afternoon to learn her son had gone missing and nobody knew where he was.
That is, I used to think that. I stumbled upon Lisa Hillyer's profile on Facebook a few times through another page I follow (Tara Drennan, Psychic Medium), who I found through a colleague (hi Carly!) who follows her. Talk about the theory of Six Degrees of Separation! Getting back on track now - Lisa's page, philosophy … Continue reading ..but I never win ANYTHI..
One Christmas a very long time ago, I received the classic children's book, Black Beauty written by Anna Sewell. I am sure I was just eight the year that book appeared underneath the Christmas tree. I still have it; age-yellowed pages falling out and with my name carefully printed in red felt-tipped marker on the … Continue reading Clarity