May 25, 2017

It happened again.

Young people – kids, really – were at the place of their dreams: a concert by a favorite singer.  Kids dancing, singing, having a great time.  Just free, enjoying music, enjoying company, enjoying life of a young person.  And then a monster came and s...

July 15, 2016

This is a redraft of a post I wrote a bit ago.  Sadly, seemed opportune again, to let these thoughts fly.

This is a rant.  You can skip if you want.  I can’t sit idle when I have all of these thoughts flying around in my head. 

… "limits are for those who lack...

March 14, 2016

A repost.  I think a well-timed one.  As I wrote to my friend, how did we get to this point where killing people was a way to make a point? wtf?! I grieve for the loss of life, and the loss of a more innocent time that my children will never know. 

 

This is a...

November 28, 2015

A repost.  I think a well-timed one.  As I wrote to my friend, how did we get to this point where killing people was a way to make a point? wtf?! I grieve for the loss of life, and the loss of a more innocent time that my children will never know. 

This is a r...

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Meet your Coach

I am Susie Csorsz Brown and I am a Certified Parent Coach through PCI, specializing in families in transition. I am also a Wellness Coach.  I have a Health background, and I practice what I preach. I have three children, so I coach from experience. I am a Foreign Service spouse (since 2000), and have learned to deal with family issues from the stress of relocation, school issues, medical situations, pregnancy and divorce as well as family angst. 

You should know, healthy eating is one of my passions.  The thing is: food can be good for you and taste good, too.  I want my kids to eat well, and to grow up knowing what smarter food options are out there.

 

Check out my recipes at www.heprecipe.com.  

 

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