Do you ever wonder how long it takes to change your life? What measure of time is enough to be life altering? Is it four years like high school? One year? Can your life change in a month, or a week, or a single day? We’re always in a hurry to grow up, to go… Continue reading Forever Our Hero
I can FINALLY tell the world what I’ve been working on with my Representative Chris Conley since November of last year! After the tragic lose of our friend and family member Joey Gingerella, I reached out to our high school Fitch High to see if they could have a plaque or something that could be… Continue reading Honoring A Hero!
Chronic Pain: A Burden Often Shared By JANE E. BRODY Chronic pain is a family problem. When people experience unrelenting pain, everyone they live with and love is likely to suffer. The frustration, anxiety, stress and depression that often go with chronic pain can also afflict family members and friends who feel helpless to provide… Continue reading Chronic Pain: A Burden Often Shared
Ten Tips For Communicating With A Person Suffering From Chronic Pain by Mark Grant MA People with chronic pain communicate differently to well people. Tired, irritable and withdrawn, they are often reluctant or unable to talk about their feelings. Or they may talk in a kind of 'code' and tell you they feel fine when… Continue reading Trying To Understand
I’ve lived in Groton, Connecticut for the past 23 years. I moved here when I was 4 safe to say I was pretty much raised here. I thought I knew and saw everything that my small town had to offer. I knew the streets, the buildings, the people, the changing of the crazy seasons that… Continue reading Looking Towards The Future