Tag: poems

Trichotillomania: Her incredibly powerful poetry

Trichotillomania: Her incredibly powerful poetry
One thing I try to do to support my oldest child – the one that suffers from Trichotillomania – is encourage her creative side. This 13 year old girl who suffers from anxiety and compulsive hair-pulling is scary-good creative. She had to write poetry for her Accelerated Language Arts class, and the result is incredibly... Read more »

Fall - a grey and blustery poem

Fall - a grey and blustery poem
I don’t often write poetry, but when I do, it seems to be about the seasons. They inspire me. I’ve written Snow Falls – A winter poem and Ahhh….Spring!, so it seems fitting on this grey, blustery day in October that I add one for Fall. I hope you enjoy it. Grey clouds weep for their friend, the sun,... Read more »