Tag Archives: boundaries

Word of the Day

The term flexible work environment can mean different things to different people. For some, it means being able to work from home a few days every week. For others, it means being able to adjust their work hours. There is … Continue reading

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Foster children: Support Social Workers

Re: “Lawsuit: Washington’s shuttling of foster kids fails them” [Jan. 29, Local News]: The disturbing, draining and sometimes dangerous work — often done alone — that social workers do also needs attention. Policies and laws need changing to create a more trauma-informed … Continue reading

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The Retreat

Our bedroom does not invite jumping on the bed, and that’s okay It’s a place to recharge.

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Therapeutic Notes: Decision Making

My career journal is filled with scraps of paper, my dreams, countless questions, and thoughts; all of which bring a flood of memories with one powerful statement, which is “I wish someone would have told me this.” So, I’ll be … Continue reading

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The Food Police

If you know me or read my blog, you know my favorite question is “What did you eat today?” I never ask what one does for a living as one should not define themselves by their position or status in … Continue reading

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