Category Archives: War

When Grief and Celebration Collide

This week is the celebration of Christmas for many in the world.  It’s also a week that, for some we call Gold Star families, will be cloaked in grief and loss.  Six American soldiers were killed by suicide bomb in … Continue reading

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On Resilience

by L. Chris Cannida, June 7, 2015 – Resilience. What does it look like? What does it feel like? There are few words to describe the day I witnessed resilience in a most profound way. Whenever I consider the capacity to withstand hardship … Continue reading

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Does My Past Really Matter in Therapy?

by L. Chris Cannida, LPC, June 2014 I love waterfalls.  They mesmerize me and I find myself wondering about the beginning of each one.  I enjoy the streams created at the bottom of them.  Sometimes they’re bubbling and rambling over rocks, … Continue reading

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