Susan Hannifin-MacNab, author of the “A to Z Healing Toolbox,”states that “reading and verbalizing positive quotes, statements of affirmation, and hope-filled pieces of writing has a direct connection to overall health and well-being.” Using quotes from the works of Jen Sincero’s “You are a Badass”, Brene Brown’s “Daring Greatly”, Tom Zuba’s “Permission to Mourn”, and […]
Nancy Saltzman is an Indiana Hoosier who now calls Colorado her home. She is found most mornings hiking in the foothills with her husband, and her two dogs, Nacho and Macy. Saltzman retired after 32 years in public education and now enjoys reading, taking pictures, having lunch with friends, and laughing. Dr. Saltzman holds a Ph.D. in education, was recognized as Colorado's National Distinguished Principal and was awarded the Cancer Society's Sword of Hope during her career as an elementary school principal. She is the author of the best selling memoir, Radical Survivor.
Can you imagine yourself on a date? Do you even want to start dating again? What will your family and friends say when you decide to start dating again? Does it matter? What happens if you start dating and it doesn’t work out? What are your best hopes and worst fears about falling in love again? […]
When you love your deceased spouse or partner so much, how is it possible to love someone else? How do avoid comparing one person to another in a new relationship? I have a new person and I find myself pushing them away, is that normal?