Adrienne, Senior Writer

Adrienne, Senior Writer
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Adrienne is a Colorado native and would not want to live anywhere else! She spends her days juggling the many demands of three sons, and her school-age daughter. When she is not busy deciphering the perplexing young boy brain, or trying to please her diva daughter, you will most likely find her nose in a book, or writing. She loves encouraging her fellow parents in their journey. Recently she has begun a new career as a Real Estate Broker with Colorado Home Finder Realty and is definitely enjoying the roller coaster ride. She also loves finding great happy hour places with her husband, Shawn, and acting young and sometimes crazy with friends! She does not spend enough time outdoors (unless forced to) and comes up with any excuse to put off cleaning her chaotic house. She is very grateful for her completely imperfect life.
kindness

Let’s Remember to be Kind

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One of the unique characteristics that separates humans from animals is our ability to be kind, compassionate and caring. However, when faced with fear, uncertainty, and stress, the tendency for many humans is to revert...
comfort zone

Escaping Your Comfort Zone

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I recently heard a quote that really stuck with me: "A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing grows there." This is so true! Too often we crave change in an area of our lives,...
it's worth it

Hang In There, It’s Worth It!

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When I see parents of young children, sometimes I have a strong urge to give them a little piece of advice. I don't want to tell them anything cliche like, "These days go by...
mom guilt

Letting Go of Mom Guilt

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We are all familiar with guilt. It is that annoying, overwhelming feeling which tells us we are not doing enough, are not enough, should be doing more, or are simply doing everything wrong. Guilt is...
embracing change

Embracing Change: Three Tips To Help You Through

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The only thing that is absolutely certain in life is change. This inevitable part of life can be extremely difficult to adjust to, whether the change is wanted or unwanted. Recently, my family has experienced...
bullying

Bullying Awareness Month: Bullying Isn’t Just “Kids Being Kids”

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Bullying is a harsh reality in life. Chances are that you experienced bullying as a child as a victim, perpetrator or witness. Unfortunately, chances are high that you child will, too. The types of bullying...

Are you Stuck in a Rut? Questions To Help You Move on

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What is a rut? You've probably heard the expression, same shenanigans a different day, or something along those lines. That describes a rut perfectly. It is where you feel like you are doing the...
communication

Straight Talk: Communication Tips for Your Relationships

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In any healthy relationship, there is one crucial component: communication! I have known my husband, Shawn, since I was 18. This year, we will celebrate 18 years of marriage. Sometimes I really can't believe...
addressing mental health

My Son Was Hurting and I Felt Helpless: Addressing Mental Health Issues

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When my son was 16 years old, he threatened to blow up his school. He spent a few days in a mental health hospital, then was sent back to me. Still broken. Still confused....

Comcast Cares Event Shows Children that Olympic Dreams are Possible

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The Thrill of Meeting Olympian Role Models With hard work, even seemingly impossible dreams are achievable. That was the inspirational message Olympians delivered to children at a recent once-in-a-lifetime experience.  As part of their annual Comcast...