What would that even mean anymore, after decades of being half of a loving, committed couple who’d built a life together? She was about to find out!.
Her first memoir, Three Little Words, began as an essay, which won a writing contest for high school students and was published in The New York Times Magazine.
Charles also talks about how the Jewish people were treated by the Nazis and describe ” Degenerate Art” as a term used by the
“Meghan has met one of life’s most difficult challenges, the loss of a child, with courage and unblinking commitment to reality, acceptance, and transformation”
What happens when you do not have boundaries?
What would Santiago have done?
Why it is important to be fully present with the dying. Linda gives suggestions on how we talk with someone who is dying!
Betsy Wurzel, Chatting with Betsy Today's interview is with Catherine Matthias, Author of "THE WORD GOBBLERS". It is a handbook for parents working with children struggling to read. Catherine Matthias also is a published author of other children's books. Catherine Matthias is a certified…
Betsy Wurzel, Chatting with Betsy Today's interview is with Natalie Brobin, Author of "Everyday Self-Care and Your High Needs Child". Natalie discusses the challenges she faced with her special needs daughter and how and why the book was created. This book "Everyday Self-Care and…
Betsy Wurzel, Chatting with Betsy Today's interview is with Emily Thiroux Threatt, author of "Loving and Living Your Way Through Grief". A comprehensive guide to reclaiming and cultivating joy and carrying on in the face of loss. Emily and Betsy discuss why she wrote the…