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Why I Do Not Use the Word Miscarriage

Miscarriage. I hate this word. Do you know what it means? In medical terms, it is defined as the loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. Please take a moment and say those words to yourself. How did they make you feel? When used in a medical situation, I have found my doctors and nurses […]

Dear Friends: A Letter of Conviction

My friends, Where do I even begin? How do we put the pieces of the world back together when you find that they never really were together? How do we fix our society when you learn that it has always been broken? How do we begin the healing when so many are hurting deeply on […]

Natural Birth (AKA no epidural!): Products to succeed, even with Pitocin!

*This post contains affiliate links. If you decide to purchase one of these products off Amazon from the links below, I will receive a portion of the proceeds, although you will not pay more.*  My friend, congratulations on your upcoming little one! What an exciting adventure you are embarking on! If you are anything like […]

Being Present in the Storm

My friends, the storm is real. Life has changed. I see your loss, your pain, your sorrow. And I will not take that away from you. Those feelings are valid. And I am here to listen and not judge. During this season of isolation, sudden change, so many unknowns, you may feel like your very […]

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About Me

Hi, I am Technically Denise. I graduated from Texas A&M in 2010 with a BA in Mathematics and became a high school Algebra 1 teacher. Less than a year later, switched career paths and became a petroleum analyst at a consulting firm. In 2012, I took a job working for a bank as a petroleum engineering technician and am currently there today.

I am married to my inspiring husband, Nicholas, and have three young, crazy boys. My life is completely beautiful chaos.

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