Category Archives: Reading

Benefits of Exercise in Parkinson’s Treatment

I am a naturally quiet observer- it comes with the title of being a clinical social worker. For the last several weeks, I have walked across the hospital campus observing a group of adults doing everything from Thai Chi, lunges, … Continue reading

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Etiquette for kids’ fundraising

I would like to hear your opinion on children’s fundraisers. I honestly feel like we are just being tapped out as parents. Everything our children do has a fee it seems, and then once we pay the fee to join, … Continue reading

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The Ticking Clock Syndrome

Ever experience waves of panic when you think about where your life should be? You should be engaged! You should be pregnant! You should be the boss by now! Social media doesn’t help. A Facebook feed full of other people’s … Continue reading

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Gender Bias in the Workplace

  A female friend of mine is a computer engineer at a large, global corporation. The real-life story she related, while funny, is typical of what continues to happen to women everywhere. Female friend: “A guy walks into my open … Continue reading

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Virtual Fashion Affair

First, let me say it: I cheated on Modcloth (if you’re not familiar with Modcloth, this is a great intro post) with Chicwish. Let me explain this sordid affair from the beginning. I stumbled across Chicwish while reading a blog. … Continue reading

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