Blog: December 2015

Because Kindness Matters

December 31, 2015

Visiting in Charleston, South Carolina this week I had the privilege of sitting in the pew of the African Methodist Episcopal Mother Emmanuel Church where last June 19 an horrific act took the lives of nine parishioners, and left five survivors. This is where the act of violence was intended to start a race war, […]

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Line UP or Pair UP?

December 15, 2015

Does it matter how children walk in the hall. I think so. In fact, I know so. In my studies of brain research, and in conversations with my resident chiropractic neurologist, (my husband), I have discovered that “By imposing unhealthy physical restrictions on children, we are imposing an unnecessary restraint that does not support healthy […]

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The Topic We Wish Would Go Away

December 3, 2015

What was your first thought when you read this title? There are many topics that come to my mind – global warming at this crazy speed, terrorism in all its hideous forms, and today I am definitely thinking about gun violence. What I want is for this country to do more than talk, and talk […]

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