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How Old are You?

Should you remove all age identifiers from your resume? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out this article. I personally never put the year I graduated on my resume. I figure if it is that important, … Continue reading

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Musical Insight

“If possible, I would like to talk about music choices during my Group.  We’ve had some teens choosing music and the lyrics are really raunchy.  I realize that a lot of the music right now is like that, but some … Continue reading

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Clarity

I say to people, “You don’t walk down stairs blindfolded, you don’t drive a car blindfolded- why would you want to make massive life—changing decisions when you can’t see what you’re doing? You have to wait for clarity.” So, to … Continue reading

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Occupational Hazard

I had always considered myself an empathetic person, but it has become harder for me to walk away from situations in which I think I could help. It’s great to let your passion drive you, but you need to find … Continue reading

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