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A Balanced Diet and the Grieving Process

A Balanced Diet and the Grieving Process

When grieving the loss of a loved one many struggle with keeping a balanced diet. During this time of grief you are required to make many important decisions such as funeral and burial arrangements.…

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Volunteering; benefit yourself and the community

Volunteering; benefit yourself and the community

“To make a difference in someone’s life, you don’t have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful, or perfect. You just have to care enough and be there”. - Anonymous

A phenomenon called “The…

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The Opioid Crisis and Those it Leaves Behind.

The Opioid Crisis and Those it Leaves Behind.

"Cathy Fennelly tried to save her son from heroin addiction. For eight years, she tried to help him get sober. She told him he couldn't come home unless he was in treatment. It tormented…

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The Impact of Praise on Youth Development

The Impact of Praise on Youth Development

Aristotle said “Good habits formed at youth make all the difference”. Today, over 2,000 years later, we are still attempting to find the best ways to mentor our youth so that they grow into successful, happy human beings. As parents, teachers, mentors, or even community members, how do we start forming these good habits in our youth? Inherently, the answer is to praise our children for the good they have done.

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Mental Health: Should It Matter To Your Employer?

Mental Health: Should It Matter To Your Employer?

“Leave it (your home life) at the door” is something many employees are told. Regardless of what happens before you get to work, what stressors you are encountering, or your mood, you are expected to…

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