Category: In Sickness and Health

During this month as we celebrate father figures in our lives, I have been pulled to a story I learned about my Grandpa Kelson a number of years ago when I was ...

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I’ve always loved the notion of lifting as you climb. The ascent, wherever it takes you, hardly seems worth it if you don’t bring people along with you. I ...

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I think one of the trickiest things about engaging in self-care as a woman is that it feels selfish. At least, I hope I’m not the only one here having this ...

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You may have noticed my voice absent on TRB over the last several months. I’ve been navigating some serious career transitions, role transitions in our family, ...

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If you’re anything like me, you struggle to get a decent night of sleep and regardless of your parental status you have always struggled to get a decent night ...

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“You know, the most common time to get divorced is when you have little kids. It’s so all-encompassing that it’s hard to spend time with your spouse.” My mom ...

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The Top

This month’s topic is a heavy one. Sitting down to the page, I have to admit to a serious case of writer’s block. Not, in this case, because I can’t think of ...

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We certainly live in interesting times, don’t we? At this point I could refer to our political climate, and you may be expecting me to, but I am not. What I ...

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I was raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of latter-Day Saints. You may have noticed that I’ll link to a verse from the Book of Mormon from ...

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