Assessing Your Mental Health

For far too long, mental health has been used as a euphemism for mental illness. I have many issues with this, but the one I’m writing about today is this: […]

How Do You Define Success?

Most people define success the way many power people define it because that’s the definition most of society measures by. Your definition of success shouldn’t be determined by what people […]

Wedding Stress: Is it Normal or a Red Flag?

Recently, I have heard several stories about brides having a difficult time planning the wedding they want. One story was about a mother who was trying to plan the wedding […]

What’s Up with the Supreme Court?

There have been several shocking decisions coming out of the Supreme Court. I can’t help but comment on and theorize what the underlying cause really is, and it may not […]

The Why of Mental Freedom

Recently, someone asked what my reasons are for developing Mental Freedom®. I don’t know if I can pinpoint just one—there are many. As so often happens when important things are […]

Basic Human Needs: Superpower & Dark Side

In Dr. William Glasser’s Choice Theory® psychology, he proposes that all humans have five basic needs. While we all share these same five needs, we each have a specific need-strength […]

My Bucket List Quest

Kim Olver

In terms of traveling and crossing things off my bucket list, March 2022 was a big month for me. Ever since I watched Reva on Guiding Light drive off the […]

Inclusivity Means Nothing Without Safety

I’ve been reading Kim Scott’s book, Just Work: How to Root Out Bias, Prejudice, and Bullying to build a Kick-Ass Culture of Inclusivity, and think it should be required reading […]

Organ Donation-Be a Hero

Sylvester & Kim

March is National Kidney Month, and I am so happy to report that my good friend, Sylvester Baugh, received the kidney that gave him a new lease on life on […]