coping

Holidays and Mixed Blessings The time is near! A time to celebrate! A time to rejoice! A time to spend with loved ones. But that’s not the case for everyone. It’s hard to lose loved ones and even harder to take part in holiday festivities without your loved ones. The holidays bring about mixed blessings.… read more

Let’s face it.  We all want to fit in. We tell ourselves that we are individuals but we imitate what we see around us.   For the most part, we dress alike, talk alike, work alike, and live many aspects of our lives just like our neighbors. So is it any wonder our kids want to… read more

This week’s blog is dedicated to individuals who are currently being held in captivity by their eating disorder but find it too frightening to ask for help. Loved ones may be encouraging you to seek treatment but you are blinded by the allure of what your eating disorder has promised but not yet delivered. Eating… read more

As many of you may know, we took our 16 month old Walking Horse filly, Jazz-a-Belle, to training last Wednesday, July 3.  We had carefully selected the trainer to “start her” since we knew that it was time for her to begin her training or schooling.  All were in agreement, after careful consideration, that she… read more

//www.rainbowbridge.com/ Dusty came into our lives when he was only 5 years old in 1985.  We were looking for a pleasure horse for my husband to ride on field trials when a friend mentioned that he knew of a horse that might be suited for just that.  I was able to go see the young… read more

Father’s Day is usually a holiday of celebration and joy for most people, but it can be a day of sadness and grief for others.  While most are celebrating and spending time with families, you or someone you know could possibly be filled with emptiness, pain, or even anger. Reasons for Sadness or Grief on… read more