"I love this book! Although I've reviewed books before, this is the first one I really enjoyed reviewing, and found myself expanding in process...its message is consistently positive and uplifting, its advice is timely and timeless, and its prescriptions for personal growth are, best of all, simple and doable. This is kitchen table wisdom at its best." ~John C. Robinson, Ph.D, author of Death of a Hero

Meet Rossana


Rossana Snee is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She is the mother of two grown sons, and the wife of an elevator mechanic who is the wind beneath her wings. She is an avid reader, whose passions include playing two instruments, painting, languages, and working out.

How the Covid Stole Christmas!

It is almost the end of the year. I can't say I'm sorry to see 2020 disappear into oblivion. It is the year that just keeps on giving (and taking).


Covid-19 is still spreading, faster than ever, it seems. People all across the country are canceling Christmas, myself included.


It turns out that one of our boarders tested positive last Monday, sending the rest of us into a semi-panic. Even though we got tested and the results came back negative, there's always that little seed of doubt. So we wait. And in the meantime, Christmas is canceled.

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Making the Most Out of a Bad Situation!
It's easy to get lost when some unfortunate event manifests itself. We can pout, complain, and tell everyone how bad everything is. That's so easy, and so common.
But what good does it serve? Does it make things better? Absolutely not! In fact, it makes everything so much worse.
Instead of pouting and complaining, the situation around. How can you see it from a different perspective? Can you be a little patient until the problem resolves itself.
Next time something negative happens, give it a positive spin. You're not going to feel worse, but maybe you'll feel a little better!
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"Weed out what you no longer need in your life. Make room for the seeds of your future."

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