Work/Life Balance: A New Model

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With September being designated as “Self-Improvement Month,” I wanted to write about a new model for work/life balance. Forget about trying to achieve some magical balancing point between your life […]

Truancy Prevention

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August is National Truancy Prevention Month. The definition of truancy is missing more than 15 days of school with unexcused absences, meaning the reason they didn’t attend wasn’t a reason […]

Wellness: Finding total balance

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When most people speak about professional wellness, they talk about work/life balance. I think this is a superficial distinction. Work is a part of life so it’s all life. It’s […]

Romantic Love: Fixing What Can Go Wrong

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With February being the month of romantic love, I wanted to write about some common challenges in relationship and how to overcome them. Conflicting Wants – Sometimes couples struggle with […]

Diet Resolution Week: 13 Tips for Success

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The first week of January has been dubbed Diet Resolution Week. Losing weight is one of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions, along with eating healthier and getting fit. In […]

COVID and the Holidays

COVID HOLIDAYS

There’s two days until Christmas, so it’s likely you’ve already made your holiday plans. The CDC, Dr. Fauci and many politicians and leaders are advocating staying home for the holidays. […]

Money Management & Choice Theory

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The holiday season is upon us. For many, it adds financial stress to the other stressful things associated with the holidays. While browsing social media, I found a meme that […]

Children-Runaway Prevention

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November is National Runaway Prevention Month. No one wants to hear of children running away from home and it’s an incredibly complex issue. Some teens run because they are being […]