Of Baseball, Whiffle Ball and Family

July 25, 2020 Cynthia L. Eppley, MA Whiffle Ball during COVID There is a Whiffle Ball Tournament going on around the corner. This might not be notable on any other hot day of the summer, but this summer is different. This is a COVID summer. And sports are off limits. Not to be deterred, a groupContinue reading “Of Baseball, Whiffle Ball and Family”

Hugs: Be the Last One to Let Go

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA Hugs These are strange times in this changing world. COVID has kept us home and isolated. Even though many areas have gone to “Green”, there are still restrictions and face masks are mandatory in public places. And although the numbers have been decreasing, there are areas where they are slowly rising.Continue reading “Hugs: Be the Last One to Let Go”

Special Needs and COVID

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA Special Needs and COVID The Pandemic of the past 3 months have been challenging for all of us. Restlessness, boredom, fear and anxiety abound. Haircuts and coloring are needed by many. But a special group—those children with Special Needs, goes beyond this scope. Routine We thrive on routine and predicability. TheContinue reading “Special Needs and COVID”

An Interview Concerning COVID

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA Pastor Douglas Dwyer, Addisville Church asked me to do a Q&A session around the Pandemic of COVID-19. We sought to address the following: How disruptive is the experience? Is there something wrong with feeling anxious? What are some side effects or symptoms of anxiety, such as frustration, feeling of being overwhelmed,Continue reading “An Interview Concerning COVID”

Memorial Day 2020

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA Memorial Day 2020 This weekend is Memorial Day. It is considered the start of summer, and if you live anywhere near the Jersey Shore, or Delaware Shore, for that matter, it is a big event.This is the opening start on the economy for small business owners.Considering the decimation of COVID fromContinue reading “Memorial Day 2020”

Kids and Validation during COVID

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA The Worst of Times We are in trying times. Many of us are trying to get through the day. And then we are faced with an angry, sullen teenager. Or a toddler that is pitching a fit.We really do want this to be over, quickly, don’t we?We want to shout: “GetContinue reading “Kids and Validation during COVID”

Children Anxiety and Corona

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA There is so much sorrow and loss swirling around us during this Pandemic. As adults, I speak with many who are struggling. But what about the children? They haven’t developed the verbal acuity to describe what is happening within their hearts. They let us know in other ways. Sponges Children areContinue reading “Children Anxiety and Corona”

Marriage and Corona

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA In the Beginning There may have been a time in your marriage when you would have liked to spend every waking moment with your beloved. In the days of fresh love, rapture enchantment and devotion marked your days. A wedding was followed by a honeymoon that you wanted to last forever.Continue reading “Marriage and Corona”

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