The parties! The food! The alcohol! You want to have a memorable New Year’s celebration, but you don’t want to remember it for the wrong reasons. Celebrating the new year is a time-honored tradition, but
Misti Irvin didn’t choose to have breast cancer, but when the diagnosis came she knew she wanted the cancer gone. So she made the tough choice to have a double mastectomy. But before she made
When you send your youngest family members outside to play, you could be missing out on a golden opportunity to spend extra time with those you love while setting the groundwork for a lifetime of
Before you open canned soup, make sure you know what’s inside. When cold weather sets in, many of us are tempted to eat canned soup. It’s a warm and reliable go-to comfort food. But store-bought
While you might go to church to hear a sermon, listen to the choir or talk to friends, you can get even more at 56 congregations in North Texas. At these congregations, which represent Christian
For many people, the holiday season represents a time of joy celebrated by gatherings with friends and loved ones. But for others, it sparks sadness or stress, and it can bring on something even more
During the holidays, it’s easy for families to get swept up in a desire for more toys, gadgets and treats. Fostering a spirit of gratitude helps families reconnect and feel thankful for their blessings. Children
You’ve put away the brief case, hung up your work boots and thrown away your office parking pass. You’re ready for retirement… or are you?
Janice Lindstrom’s connection with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas didn’t end when she gave birth to her son Kyle in August 2013. Instead, the first-time mom found additional support through the hospital’s Mommy Mixers, which she
If you’re on an unending quest to have the slickest gadgets and chicest clothes, your relationships and happiness may suffer along the way. Every day, you’re bombarded with advertisements for the newest products that promise
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