Doubting Incurable Chronic Illness Exist

We shouldn't have to prove our incurable chronic illness to you. We have been through countless medical tests and still are. We have been diagnosed by a doctor. We take medication. We battle this illness every single second of every minute, of every hour, every day. We shouldn't have to prove that we have an... Continue Reading →

We need understanding

Did you know that children need understanding to find a sense of security? Did doesn't change as we grow up. The only people who try to put you down are people who are already beneath you. Unfortunately, some individuals feel the need to put other people down in order to raise themselves. The truth is... Continue Reading →

Susan La Flesche Picotte

Susan La Flesche Picotte was born on this day, June 17, in 1865. She lived until September 18, 1915, when she died at the age of 50. She was a member of the Omaha tribe. Susan felt inspired to become a physician after seeing a white doctor ignore four requests to come and help a... Continue Reading →


Geronimo (1829-1909) - This man is a famous Apache military and spiritual leader. For 30 years he fought Mexican and United States forces looking to expand into Apache territory to protect his tribe‚Äôs homeland. June 16th marks the anniversary of his birth. It's rare that famous Native Americans birth date are known. Usually we only... Continue Reading →

National Marriage Day

June 14th is National Marriage Day. I realize that this day is supposed to be a celebration of marriage and love. I am married and very much in love with my husband. It would be easy to stick to the nice happy side of things. Unfortunately, marriage can be a nightmare for many. In this... Continue Reading →

Change is rarely easy

Change is rarely easy. Change is scary and hard. The problem is that everything can and will change. The human being is a being in constant evolution. Yet, change is challenging for most everyone. However, many people are not willing to move forward. They are afraid of what they can find on their way. On... Continue Reading →

Most religions don’t support women

Most religions don't support women. Christianity has many issues it needs to resolve around patriarchy. Every denials of education, every refusal of advantages to women may be traced to the dogma of original sin, which first began to spread its baleful influence with the rise of power of the priesthood and the corruption of the... Continue Reading →

What is dyslexia?

I have dyslexia and so does my child has it. Dyslexia is genetic. It is usually passed from generation to generation. Understanding what it dyslexia means helps to find ways/methods to deal with it. At its most basic explanation, dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. Dyslexia refers to a cluster of symptoms This means that... Continue Reading →

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