Grief: The Sad-Mad

By: Christine Fishel Grief has lots of emotions. Sometimes, when we experience it, all we want is to escape into nothingness, and so we climb into bed, pull the covers over our heads, and wait to drift away. Other times, we feel short tempered, irritated by the daily happenings that...

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Descendants: A Daughter’s Search for Identity

By: Christine Fishel A snow day is a perfect family movie day. My family and I used the snow day as an opportunity to snuggle up for a movie the kids have been talking about, one I had never heard of: Disney’s Descendants. The movie came out in July of...

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Time is a Gift

By: Julie Thompson For some people, the perfect night involves getting all dressed up and then going out to a party. For me, a perfect night involves comfy clothes and watching Netflix or reading a good book. Oh, the exciting life of an introvert! I have always loved watching movies...

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Mother Loss At the Movies: “The Intern”

By: Mary Ellen Collins I have to admit, I love going to the movies. The only problem is I cannot just sit and watch the movie.  I always see “themes” and want to say to whomever I am with, “Wonder what that meant?” “ “Did you see that?” “Hmm ....

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