May 25, 2017

Service Dogs Help with More than Leading the Blind

When most people think of service dogs, the image of a guide dog leading a blind person comes to mind. Perhaps they think of a dog assisting a person in a wheelchair. Rarely does the image spring to mind of a person who can see and walk, who can hear, and who appears to have […]


What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?

What is PTSD? Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that affects survivors of all kinds of trauma, from natural disasters and automobile accidents to child abuse and combat. It can occur in people of any age, socioeconomic background, race, religion, or nationality.1 Symptoms generally first appear within one to three months of the […]


Review of Reluctant Bridesmaid by Wendy Davy

Title: Reluctant Bridesmaid Author: Wendy Davy Publisher: White Rose Publishing Book Description: Jordan Harrison no longer trusts relationships, so when her widowed mother is swept away by a handsome, wealthy architect, Jordan fears the hasty engagement will end in disaster. After all, how well can her mother know the guy after only a few months? […]


Review of The Homecoming of Reece Flynn by Mallary Mitchell

Title: The Homecoming of Reece Flynn Author: Mallary Mitchell Publisher: White Rose Publishing Book Description: Having escaped from a bad marriage Molly has no plans to venture back into the dating world. But when Reece Flynn drives through her father’s church—literally, that is—he crashes into her life like no other man ever has. It’s crazy […]


What are Sensory Integration Issues?

Imagine you’re invited to someone’s house for a party. You’re excited about going, but when you arrive, it turns out to be far from what you expected. The lights are too bright, people are talking too loudly, it smells like a perfume store combined with a restaurant and a hint of chemicals, the food tastes […]


A Rush of Wings by Kristen Heitzmann

Title: A Rush of Wings Author: Kristen Heitzmann Publisher: Bethany House Publishers Book Description: Though her panic is real, Noelle St. Claire is uncertain what danger she is fleeing. Fragmented images and slivers of memory have driven her to abandon her wealthy, sheltered life in New York for the hope of a haven—remote and safe. […]


How to Deal with Emotionally Disturbed Children without Losing Your Mind

We have all seen them. Children screaming at the top of their lungs, yelling no at every instruction, hitting, biting, kicking… The list goes on and on. What causes these children to act in such an unacceptable manner? There can be any number of reasons, but we are going to focus on emotionally disturbed children. […]


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