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Angels Among us

February 19, 2012

I was raised in a small Methodist church out in the country where my family have always attended. I grew up hearing about angels and how they watch over us but had never had an angel experience, until I began working in a state funded mental hospital.

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Angels The Body Guards that walk with me

September 14, 2010

Angels Among us – Last Weeks post Last week I shared a story of angels that has walked with me through my years in mental health nursing. That was not all of them – but the ones that caught my attention the most. The response I received from that one post was heart warming. I […]

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We took a family vacation in a germ tube

August 7, 2014

We took a family vacation in a germ tube Literally…. It started on the airplane where people cough, sneeze, and farted. The chauffer had a nice clean Cadillac Escalade polished and cleaned with small bottles of ice cold water waiting for us once we got off the plane. The air was on and it was […]

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Your story can change someone else’s life

February 28, 2013

As I sat in the airport people watching and thinking about the weekend at event I had attended. I had to smile to myself as each face I met in person popped into my mind. Moms, dads, firefighters, teachers, nurses EMT’s, home schooling parents, and many more. Came to me and connected because they could […]

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Did you just threaten me?

October 25, 2012

  Being threatened as a mental health nurse is such a common action in a day’s work that you become stone faced to the words that come out of someone’s mouth. Therapeutic communication is easier to do when your relaxed, calm and do not take the words personally.  Even seasoned nurses will sometimes struggle with […]

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