Charlie Brown asks Lucy, “Do pretty girls know that they are pretty?” Lucy answers, “Only if someone tells them.” How do people know that they are ok? That they are doing a good job? That they are important to you? How will they know: . . .Only if you tell them.
Wisdom of the Wounded Radio
What do you see when you are caring for another person? Do you see someone who is a burden, an irritation, an old needy person, or do you look for the strength and beauty of God’s image in that person? Do you help, in your method of caregiving, to preserve that person’s dignity?
What does flying a plane or riding a bike or walking 60 miles have to do with our subject of caring for individuals who are going through a crisis? Listen to this radio program and the connection will become clear.
A SILENT EPIDEMIC There is a silent epidemic spreading throughout the United States and if affects all of us. Twenty-five years ago, 1 child in 10,000 was diagnosed with autism. Today, 1 child in 110. Learn more about this developmental challenge, and how we can...
Mary Jo, how did you do it? How did you put your agenda aside and care for a developmentally challenged son and his family? How did you at 77 accept the responsibility of home-schooling your 14 year old grandson and his friend?
What can you give someone that is natural, organic, naturally sweet, non-fattening, no preservatives and is 100% wholesome. It is also free and the supply is endless, and it lowers blood pressure, reduces stress and cuts the risk of heart disease. It also breathes new...