Suicide is NOT Painless

By Karen James, LCSW-C Suicide is a disaster. Certainly for the survivors and often for our memories of the person we lose. Robin Williams’ death ended a brilliant gift, left a grieving family, and affected the nation. Tributes, memories and discussions were everywhere—in the media and in personal discussions. He was a larger-than-life figure and …

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Do What You Love – As Long As It Pays The Bills

By Ronnie Green, Career Coach Summer is finally here and graduation celebrations are a treasured memory.  Hopefully, you are out and enjoying the special moments of summer; maybe relaxing by the pool (I’m writing this blog at the beach). For recent high school graduates and their parents, this can be a difficult time.  Parents may be worried about how they will pay for their child’s tuition.  …

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A Painful Puzzle

By Debra K. Waranch, LCSW-C Every time a new mass shooting takes place…it gets people thinking.  Recently some news organizations tallied up that there were 74 incidents in this country since the devastation at Sandy Hook. A recent one that caught our attention happened on a college campus in California. When everyone talks about the …

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