Is Amazon Prints good for photos?  YES it is! Plus $1000 of Amazon Gift Cards to be Won!

Is #AmazonPrints good for photos? YES it is! Plus $1000 of Amazon Gift Cards to be Won!

Disclosure: this is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. Amazon has launched Amazon Prints—a photo printing service that allows all customers to print their memories. Prime members can upload images to their Prime Photos account, print the product of their choice, and receive free delivery. If you’re not a Prime member, you’ll receive Read More

Bringing Your Emotional Baggage into Your Next Relationship After Divorce 1

Unbacking Baggage Before a New Marriage

When I first remarried, a co-worker of myself and my husband remarked, “your husband must be very patient if he’s willing to take on you and your children.” I found the comment incredibly insulting. Granted, I was a bit of a wreck after my divorce and the car accident but my husband and I have Read More

Riding the Rollercoaster - Co-Parenting with Disneyland Dad 1

Coparenting with Disneyland Dad

I know I’m not the only one who feels like I’m failing in the popular parent contest.  My ex constantly takes the kids to theme parks, buys them cool toys, and in general, lines himself up for parent of the year by bribing the judges.  Do you ever feel like you’re co-parenting with Disneyland Dad? Read More

Is it Right to be Biased against the Left? 6

Is it Right to be Biased against the Left?

If I suggested a specific race or gender was prone to be clumsy, neurologically disordered, have lower IQs, and more emotional and behavioral problems, I’m pretty sure I’d be strung up. And if there were suggestions that a certain race, gender or gender identity were economically disadvantaged because of their race, gender or gender identity, Read More

Not all wounds are visible: Insights into marriage with a narcissist 1

Moving Past Narcissistic Abuse and PTSD

“When you leave, he’ll invent stories about you.”  The narcissist in my life started inventing those stories long before I left.  He couldn’t take the blame for anything, so logically, everything was my fault. As much as I like to think that I’m out from underneath the abuse, I still feel it. One Christmas I Read More