My Own Struggle With Panic Attacks

My Own Struggle With Panic Attacks

I remember the night that I finally had to admit there was something wrong. And that something was mental illness. March 1984. It was the night I opened the doors into a big, swanky hotel lounge in Dallas, filled with friends, but mostly strangers, all having a good...
4 Ways To Face Your Fears

4 Ways To Face Your Fears

One evening a couple of months ago, I was watching the Houston news. There was a story on a woman who was terrified of aging. Doing extravagant things to try to stay looking young. Shortly thereafter, a reporter had produced a feature story on his sister. She had a...
When You Empty Your Nest And Your Child Gets Lost

When You Empty Your Nest And Your Child Gets Lost

Lots of empty nest posts on the Internet glow with reports of how well their kids are doing.  “I may be hurting but my kid is doing great!” What about those who don’t? The kids who struggle?  Who get caught up in abusive relationships.  Get into...