As fabulous as Hanukkah is, there is something magical about Christmas that I sometimes long for. I was fortunate enough to be able to be a part of a few Christmas celebrations throughout the years, and I loved every minute.
Author Stacy Feintuch
The therapist thought Lily had ADD? That was impossible. I knew ADD. Lily’s sister Amanda had it. How could my daughters have two different faces of ADD?
After my husband’s death, I had no desire to make chicken soup anymore. It made me sad to make it without him being able to enjoy it. And then my older daughter asked me to make chicken soup again…
I spend a ridiculous amount of time blow-drying my hair in the morning, and by the time I walk the 50 steps from my car to my office, the frizz has ruined my efforts. Story of my life.
I would like to believe, but I have never been sure if “signs” from loved ones who have passed away are really possible. I sometimes think that maybe we just search for them to make ourselves feel better.
I had risk factors – I was female, both my mother and grandmother had it, I was thin, and I was Caucasian. Even so, it is still uncommon for a 35-year-old to have osteoporosis. But I did.
We all feel down sometimes, but here are few little tricks to bring some happiness into your day, and maybe even your life.
I am not a 9/11 widow, but I am a widow who was helped by one. She took her own tragedy and turned it into something good by reaching out to help me.
Last year, I wrote an article specifically for Option B, and was thrilled when it was published on their site. I believe in what Sheryl…