Special Needs Mom. I roll over that label in my head. It feels alien, like when you first refer to yourself as Mrs or spell out your address to friends for the first time. You are not quite sure how you arrived there. But you are there, with all the baggage that comes with that […] … More Silent Epidemics — Off The Beaten Track
The Real Danger of Addiction in Teens It is a story told far too often. A teenager has a bright future. He gets good grades, has plenty of friends and begins thinking about colleges and scholarships. He goes to a high school party one night, where his peers are experimenting with drugs, like heroin and […] … More Teen Addiction: More Dangerous Than You Might Think — 800 Recovery Hub Blog
Please take one day to forgive your mistakes, feel proud of who you are/who you are becoming and the hurdles you have jumped over to get here. You are amazing just as you are. Anyone (including you) can take a day off from criticism and simply enjoy the person you love.
My daughter, all of nine and I are standing, facing each other. I hold a tube of cucumber face pack and apply the goo in an even layer all over her face. I avoid her fine blond hair, so pale that I have to look carefully to even see it. Up close, her face is […] … More Open Adoption: Real Lives. Real Impacts. — Off The Beaten Track
Ms. Melissa Stanford, BS., has been an educator for twenty years and currently provides services as a Community Psychiatric Support Team Member and Therapeutic Behavioral Support. She has worked with children of diverse backgrounds and specializes in social and emotional learning, classroom management, and multicultural literacy. Melissa is currently studying Marriage and Family Therapy at … More We are excited to announce new expertise to Greentree Counseling Center, Inc.
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