December 16, 2008
Holidays: Frightful or Delightful?
Maybe it's because it's the holidays, so I think it's important, I don't know. But, it seems I've been watching The Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse die a slow death. We can't let it die, Survivors! I'm doing a quicky holiday edition.
Let's use this edition to talk about taking advantage of opportunities to start your own family, initiate new traditions, find balance and practice healthy habits. Do you have any tips for turning the holiday season from frightful to delightful? Please join us and please help keep our carnival alive!
The deadline is midnight Wednesday, December 17 for a Friday, December 19 edition. Hurry! You can submit using this handy link right here. Thanks...and, um Happy Holidays!
Hope you and your family are finding your own peace and traditions through the holiday season!
Welcome, Susan. Thanks for reading and leaving a comment.
Peace to you, too, Jade. And don't think you can get out of the carnival that easily. Since I maintain the carnival, every entry that comes in after the deadline, filters right through my e-mail inbox anyway. Go ahead! Send it in late. ;)
Beth Fehlbaum, author
Courage in Patience, a story of hope for those who have endured abuse
Ch. 1 is online!
A place you may want to check is the new Child Abuse Survivor Network. It's at http://childabusesurvivor.ning.com. I think the founder, Mike, is hoping to form some online "book club" sort of discusssions. I am part of this wonderful new group, but I don't want to make any commitments here at the blog until things are a little more stable with my healing.
Best wishes to you.
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