Addiction from the Eyes of a Little Sister

(Sterling Nicole Bennett) The walls were an ugly tan color. The room always smelt like old moldy cleaning supplies. We weren’t allowed to bring in any electronic devices. I liked to play Tetris on my moms flip phone, but I had to learn to entertain myself using only a bag of quarters and trash from my brothers’ candy bars. Everything felt dirty as if I could actually see the germs crawling across the tables. We were allowed one hug when he came in, and one hug when the visit was over. He wasn’t allowed to touch money or walk with me to the vending machine. It was agony.

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Life Is Better When We Focus on What We Appreciate, Not What’s Lacking

(Nicole Hind) Recently a friend told me a story about taking her seven-year-old to the circus. It was a wonderful mother-daughter outing. Just the two of them, no pesky brothers or dad tagging along and getting in the way. Related Detoxification: Opening Doors To Spiritual Energies Source – Tiny Buddha by Nicole Hind, March 29th, 2018 “Wisdom is merely […]

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