How does our Christmas Tree reflect on our heart?
Cynthia L. Eppley 12/19/2021 Nighttime It’s that time of year. We lay awake at night going through lists in our heads—checking it twice. This is not reviewing who is naughty or nice— it is because we don’t want to forget anything. And how do I know this to be true?Because so many share this onContinue reading “The Perfect Christmas“
Cynthia L. Eppley, MA These are strange times in which we live. 2020 will be remembered for many things: COVID, protests and discourse, and “Cancel Culture.” Every year seems to add new terminology to our lexicon. This new term has been around for awhile, but with new meanings and applications. Understand, reader. I am notContinue reading “Cancel Culture”
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”
Cynthia L. Eppley, MA Social distancing and Mental health Social distancing has taken its toll on us in many ways. I’ve already written on this in my blogs on Loss and Grief.Loss in a Pandemic,Social Distancing,Grief 101Children Anxiety and CoronaBut there is so much more to this topic. Fear There is a real fear of the economicContinue reading “Social Distancing and Mental Health”