Denying to the Grave takes a big concept — why people don’t believe well-established science — and makes it easy to understand. The authors tackle 5 different issues throughout the book, including gun violence, vaccines, HIV/AIDS, nuclear energy, and GMOs.
Louisiana’s Way Home is a beautiful story about a young girl experiencing familial rejection and finding the importance of kinship outside of biological ties.
A sweet story teaching children about grief, loss, and empathy.
This year, I can going to attempt to follow this challenge by the Reading Women Podcast. Here are my book choices. I will update them as I go, since I haven’t already picked books that fit some of the categories. If you have any suggestions, please let me know!
Renaming my blog, adding new content, and more! Check out the changes I am making in the new year.
In light of this, I thought I would share a piece that I wrote when I was 16 in 2013 for an English class assignment.
This trip was a really big deal for everyone because it was not only the first time my parents and siblings have all been in England together at the same time since 2006, but it was the first time for our significant others as well.
Along with most of my social work professors and many of my classmates, I attended the 2017 BPD conference in Atlanta Georgia on the weekend of March 16th-18th.