Monthly Archives: February 2014

Depression – think of it like a leaky faucet

By Jeanine Jantz Depression.  Sometimes a specific event can cause it to rise quickly but it can also creep up so slowly until you feel overwhelmed like there is no way out. Think of depression like a leaky faucet. Initially … Continue reading

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My book and app recommendations to help kids manage their emotions

By Elizabeth Wine There are great ways to utilize today’s technology, to help children manage their emotions.  Here are several apps for smart phones, or electronic readers that you might want to check out. –Emotions, Feelings and Colors (free). This … Continue reading

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I promise to play more in 2014, how about you?

By Laurie Moffitt I am a worker, I always have been. At some point, I learned that people value work, life is serious and a person of value is a person of accomplishment. Today, I no longer believe that accomplishment … Continue reading

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