Articles written by: Denisse Warshak, Author

Denisse Warshak, Author

Denisse grew up in the south Texas border town of Mission, where she met her best friend and future husband, Ian. After going to college at Texas A&M University, she and Ian were married and moved to San Antonio, where she worked as a preschool special education teacher. She loved her job, but decided her heart was at home after having her first baby. Two more children and twelve years later, she still loves being married to Ian and being a stay-at-home mom to their three kids. Denisse loves coffee and taking naps. She writes at denissewarshak.com

A Fresh Perspective This Valentine’s Day

A Fresh Perspective This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. It all began as a young teen in school. I anticipated being given something special from a boy to show his affection for me. It’s safe to assume all girls felt this… Read more →
Making Christmas Meaningful

Making Christmas Meaningful

It may seem like it’s a little early to be talking about Christmas, but really it’s not. We are nine days from Thanksgiving, and Christmas will be here before you know it. It’s never too early to plan ahead for… Read more →
When Times Get Tough

When Times Get Tough

Back to school is a happy time for most families. Up until this year, it was a happy time for us, too. This year was different. The first two weeks of school were difficult at our house. Our two older… Read more →
Why Do I Hate My Body?

Why Do I Hate My Body?

May is upon us. Gone are the cool fall and winter days of wearing jeans and layers. Instead, it’s time for swimsuits and shorts, the two things I’m most uncomfortable wearing. ‘Tis the season to show skin. Our family will… Read more →
Adventures In Moving

Adventures In Moving

Our family is in the middle of a transition. They say moving is a major life event, and I’m starting to believe it. A few months ago we decided it was time for a new house. Although we’ve loved this… Read more →
To Discipline or Not?

To Discipline or Not?

As parents, we strive to have good kids. However, most of us don’t just happen upon these so-called “good” kids. It is our job to teach them. We can’t expect to have obedient, well-behaved kids without good, solid discipline. Since… Read more →
No Regrets

No Regrets

It’s amazing how the meaningless things fade away when you’re sitting in a hospital room with your dying husband. The trash he didn’t take out last week? Who cares? The parenting argument you had? Doesn’t matter. The money is in… Read more →
He Left Me

He Left Me

“Let’s go for a run.” Oh, those words sounded horrible. Why would I want to go for a run? It’s a Saturday morning, I’ve got my coffee in hand, and my cozy pajama pants still on. “Come on. When else… Read more →
In Sickness and in Health

In Sickness and in Health

Ethan and Isabella looked into each other’s eyes. They couldn’t believe the day had finally come. They stood on the altar ready to make the biggest promise of their lives. Ethan placed the ring on Isabella’s finger, “With this ring,… Read more →
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