Monthly Archives: November 2013

“Are we there yet?”

By Elizabeth Wine If you are one of the many families that will be hitting the road with children this holiday season, it is inevitable that at some point you will be asked “are we there yet,” perhaps multiple times.  … Continue reading

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Suggestions to help you get through the grief process

This is the second post in a series on GRIEF by Laurie Moffitt. When walking through grief, it is very important to be kind to yourself. It may take some time before you start feeling like yourself again. There is … Continue reading

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Yet another life transition…the quarter=life crisis

By Amy Glendening Turning sweet 16, becoming a legal adult at 18, over the hill….these are all major life events that we celebrate (or possibly dread). One lesser known milestone is the Quarter-life Crisis, or the time of your life … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – Conclusion

This is the last blog post in the Mindfulness series by Laurie Moffitt. Automatic pilot can feel like a natural state. It is easier to let things pass by as we go through the motions of living. Like being the … Continue reading

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