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Empowerment

I’m devoted to yoga, but the empowerment comes not from doing the asana but from being able to step out of a busy day and take time for myself. That could be running or reading a book or whatever. To … Continue reading

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Well Lived

My first reaction reading this article When ‘treat yourself’ goes too far: 6 self-care mistakes you might be making  was this is some BS, has the author not heard of moderation? It was also good to know I was not the … Continue reading

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Professional Insight

Today is a 9 — Watch out for bizarre professional requests. Curiosity leads to commitments. An older person offers advice. You’re learning fast. Consider the long view. Start out fresh, and go for the gold! Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks … Continue reading

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Pharmaceuticals, greed and a dead boy

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
This article just enrages me. Medication should never be the first solution, nor should one implement a test such as GAF. Luckily that crap has been dropped from the DSM5, along with…

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Active Listening -pages of a career journal

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“Nothing I say this day will teach me anything. So if I’m going to learn, I must do it by listening.”- Larry King  To assume that a social worker can empower someone…

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