Please excuse the typos and extra use of the word “had”. In order to preserve the original message, this article is in its original form. I wrote this article in 2000 during my second year of teaching, and it was published in The William Glasser Institute Newsletter in the Spring of 2000. The ideas in… Continue reading My Hands Are No Longer Tied
My mom became my best friend as I became an adult. When she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2010, I was so scared for her and, honestly, for me. Shortly after her diagnosis, she had surgery to remove a football-sized tumor, and during surgery she suffered several strokes. That meant that not only did… Continue reading How to Smile…I Mean Cry…No, I Mean SMILE!