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Emotions

To say a person is a happy person or an unhappy person is ridiculous. We are a thousand different kinds of people every hour. Anthony Doerr, Memory Wall Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and … Continue reading

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Do You Have Compassion Fatigue? Caregiver Edition

One of my favorite quotes is “You can’t argue with crazy”. It’s a proven fact you just can’t. That is why in my last post I provided suggestions for dealing with the intolerable. A dear friend who recently read it … Continue reading

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Compassion Fatigue

When “Maria” and I first met, we promised each other to be as close as sisters forever, but things have changed over the years. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in our early 20s and will not take medication or … Continue reading

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Honor the empty seat

“Loneliness is the most difficult when we are surrounded by people. It is ourselves we are missing?”- calendar page Under the best of circumstances, holidays can be hard for families. Do you spend it with his family or yours? What … Continue reading

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Inside Out Learning to Manage Emotions

Little effort has been made in schools to teach children how to manage their feelings. Schools lay the groundwork for cognitive development, especially in academic areas. But what about emotional development? Proficiency in that is equally important for leading a … Continue reading

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