My Addiction

My Addiction

By Guest Blogger Suzi Blair No matter what we are struggling with inside our hearts, minds, or our homes, there is help. I am a recovering drug addict. I have a college degree, taught school, married over 20 years, two kids, able to stay at home.  Today, I am very...
Volunteering & Giving in the Triad

Volunteering & Giving in the Triad

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger We often get emails and messages from our readers asking for ways to get involved in the community. There are so many ways to give your time to others, and now is a great time of year to do so! Over the past couple of years, we’ve...
Counselors, Psychologists and Therapists for Your Family

Counselors, Psychologists and Therapists for Your Family

Updated by TMoM This directory is sponsored by Triad Child & Family Counseling, which is located in Greensboro and is dedicated to providing counseling to children and adolescents, along with their families. Many children and teens suffer from anxiety,...
Triad Area Support Groups

Triad Area Support Groups

Updated by Laura Simon You never know when you will need to rely on a support group. Whether you (or your child) is facing a new challenge or a stressful life change or are just looking for new contacts – there are a million reasons why support groups can be...
Saving With One Clip at a Time

Saving With One Clip at a Time

By Guest Blogger Tasha Jones, a local coupon consultant Saving money is everyone’s goal in life right? Today I share pointers on what I use every day to save money.  As a  mommy of two, as well as someone who is a homeowner and about to be married, my life...
Caboose Kids

Caboose Kids

By Heather Keenan Cheese puffs and a cereal bar. That is what my two year old ate for lunch today, and I consider today a good day. Said two year old is my third child and boy, oh boy, does it show. Never in a million years would my first born have gone days without...
Advice for High School Students & Parents

Advice for High School Students & Parents

By Guest Blogger Amy Beveridge The rite of passage of high school: the smell of gym socks, boys in fast cars, college and future life decisions to be made. No longer does the child stand in front of your house holding the cute placard on the first day—instead they...
Glennon Doyle Melton is Coming to Winston-Salem

Glennon Doyle Melton is Coming to Winston-Salem

By Guest Blogger Tracy Mohr Glennon Doyle Melton, New York Times bestselling author of “Carry on Warrior, Thoughts on Life Unarmed” and creator of the wildly popular blog, “Momastery” is coming to Winston-Salem! She is the featured speaker for “Voices of Hope Evening...
Start Talking, Stop Blaming

Start Talking, Stop Blaming

By Tracy Roche, Prevention Consultant at Alcohol & Drug Services As many may know, Glee actor Cory Monteith, passed away this weekend from a suspected overdose. Social media was flooded with sympathy, beautiful thoughts, and prayers for friends and family. There...
Marijuana – Is It Everywhere?

Marijuana – Is It Everywhere?

Teens and Drugs – Do you think it is a battle worth fighting? A few weeks ago I had lunch with a friend who told me that she had recently discovered her 15 year old daughter smoking pot.  She was upset, of course, and told me how she and her husband debated on...
Haircolor at Home: One Tragic Tale

Haircolor at Home: One Tragic Tale

By Anonymous I have spent more years and more money having my hair colored than I should admit. It may be an addiction and especially now that I have gray hair – you can’t just stop. But what a pain to get to the salon, get everyone else busy doing...