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Awaking

Becoming a wife and mother can awaken different parts of us. What did it teach you about yourself? Man, becoming a wife and a mother, specifically a mother, really taught me so much. I remember clearly wanting to remove the … Continue reading

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How to Move Past An On-The-Job Mistake.

Q: I made a mistake at work that cost my company some money and embarrassed some executives. Yet everyone seems to be moving on but me; I can’t seem to let go and no longer trust my own judgment. What … Continue reading

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Defining Social Work

Student’s evaluation of student’s overall self-assessment of learning this quarter. My overall assessment of this quarter is that many providers do not seem to have a clear definition of what a social worker does. This has become evident to me … Continue reading

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Comical Explanation

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Comical Explanation

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