No Shame in Having Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer's overcomer Laura“There is no shame in having Alzheimer’s disease,” Laura* can confidently say after living with it for the last two and a half years.

* Her real name, used with… Continue reading

The Scars That Have Shaped Me

“A scar is a mark left by a healed wound. My scars signify healing,” writes author Vaneetha Risner.

Yes! They definitely do signify healing.

As one with a “zipperhead” scar… Continue reading

Prayer Is a Mighty Thing

leslie-by-herselfLittle did Leslie* know when she met Grant for lunch to discuss a mutual friend that he would become her supportive companion during her journey of overcoming. Soon after their… Continue reading

Loved the Feeling of Being Starved

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Bridget in high school

Like every college freshman who adds the “freshman fifteen,” Bridget* began dieting and exercising her sophomore year. Before long the glamorous idea of getting healthy turned… Continue reading

Nothing Is Impossible

Tracy before her diagnosis

Tracy before her diagnosis

When her doctor’s nurse called her and said, “You need to come in. Bring someone with you,” Tracy* felt certain the endoscopic test results weren’t going… Continue reading

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Melony Brown I have had numerous opportunities to hear stories about women who have faced life's tough challenges. My writing reflects the lessons I’ve learned from these amazing women.


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