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‘From Surviving to Thriving’ Monthly Newsletter

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If you're not yet ready to move forward with my one to one support but know that you need a little push each month to guide and help you get through some of the chaos, simply sign up in the form in the brown box below to receive my FREE  'From Surviving to Thriving' Monthly Newsletter. You'll receive tips & tools from me straight into your Continue Reading

Footsteps of the Preemie/Special Needs/Angel Daddy

Father and son, Father's Day 2011

I posted this for Father's Day about 5 years ago to honor dads, but I think the essence of it is still relevant, so I wanted to re-post it again today for Father's Day 2016. I've tweaked it quite a bit this time to really highlight the uniqueness and importance of preemie, special needs and angel daddys everywhere. May your Father's Day and every Continue Reading


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  “I stand up on my desk to remind myself that we must constantly look at things in a different way.” Robin Williams, Actor and Comedian (from Dead Poets Society) Did you stand on your desk in 2015? Will you stand on it in 2016? The New Year is always a time full of reflection (and perhaps some regret) on things that happened or didn't Continue Reading