It is Dark

It has been a whirlwind of a year as I have transitioned to being a mother of 4 to a mother of 5, while also trying to restructure my business. It has been daunting to think of all the overwhelming responsibilities I have while trying to stay afloat. And after having my 5th baby, I […]

Hope

Last week was a depressing week, to say the least. Robin Williams’ death sparked reflection upon one’s own depression, that I added another day of work with clients who have been affected by their own depression or someone they love, who is suffering from depression or suicidal ideation. I, myself, had to step away from […]

If He Only Knew the Joy and Laughter He Brought to Us……

  How ironic that I spent this past weekend watching “Mrs. Doubtfire” with my kids, only to find the news about Robin Williams when I came home from work today. It is also ironic that the post scheduled today was originally about finding ourselves in the midst of depression. I have written a few posts […]

Celebrity Suicides

L’wren Scott. Alexander McQueen. Kurt Cobain. Ernest Hemingway. Mindy McCready. Vincent Van Gogh. Marilyn Monroe. This is NOT even a percentage of celebrity suicides. The moment I heard of L’wren Scott, I simply stood there. This is a woman who epitomized class, sophistication, beauty, and talent. And, if you look at the list above, we […]

Suicide

In the wake of hearing upon Rick Warren’s (Pastor of Saddleback Church) son’s death due to suicide, I was assisting two clients at the time with intense suicidal ideations. In the same time frame, I had a friend approach me because her friend had committed suicide the week before. Ironically enough, I needed to relax […]