Category Archives: Reading

Citizens For Children Rights

Thank you for such compassionate and insightful editorials on youth homelessness [Empty promises,”” Opinion Dec 20}. As someone who has studied child abuse for decades, I can tell you that the two are inexorably linked. Almost without exception the youth … Continue reading

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Relationship Landscape

“We often think of relationships between two people, but in the future, I’d like to see more consideration of relationships between communities, groups, and countries. Could the global community wake up and grant all people a sense of dignity, respect, … Continue reading

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Bingo

As a freshman adapting to life at New York University. I went to an icebreaker activity in my dorm. It was a game of human bingo. Instead of numbers the squares on the cards said things like “Find someone who’s … Continue reading

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Secret Lives of Therapists

Reading the article the Secret Lives of Therapists, I found myself writing in the margins and highlighting things. What first made me pause was the following “What are you like outside the office? Here are some things we can’t do … Continue reading

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The Organized Pantry

I had to chuckle discovering this article “An organized pantry is magic, and now’s the time to make it happen”  in my purging basket. I long ago organized my pantry, even before Maria Kondo made organizing a trending topic. I … Continue reading

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