Parenting Pride in the Pandemic

Valerie Rice | May 6, 2021 This is mental health awareness month as well as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) awareness month. Great, both my specialties! I have decided that this month I am going to be sharing personal experiences with both of these to help increase awareness, but more important, acceptance. So today, I want toContinue reading “Parenting Pride in the Pandemic”

Multiple Disaster Disorder: It’s a Pandemic

By: Rosemary Callahan, MA, CADC, CODP-I, CRSS The first few days of 2021 has already taught us a particularly important lesson: if you do not deal with stuff in the past, it will spill over into the present in a very ugly and dramatic way. We are living in traumatic times. Some much longer thanContinue reading “Multiple Disaster Disorder: It’s a Pandemic”

Homelessness: A Societal Sickness

By Valerie Rice | October 22, 2020 I read a local news story about a small brushfire that had broken out in an empty field behind a grocery store. The amount of hate in the comments was appalling. Why, you ask? The field wasn’t empty; it is a homeless camp. One that police have beenContinue reading “Homelessness: A Societal Sickness”

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Tips for Getting Through a Tough Conversation By Valerie Rice September 27, 2020 I think by now we can all agree that this year has been intense. Rampant illness, natural disasters, protests, riots, shootings, political drama, and now an election. Add to that the fact that we have been shut indoors with sensationalized news streamsContinue reading “Can’t We All Just Get Along?”

I Ain’t Got Time for That!

Managing the New Normal: Quarantine Style By Valerie Rice September 26, 2020 Many of us have had their lives turned upside down this last year. If you are one of the lucky few who managed to escape this, we all envy you. For the rest of you, keep reading. The worldwide pandemic has shut downContinue reading “I Ain’t Got Time for That!”

The “S” word

Top Signs of Suicide and How to Help By Valerie Rice September 25, 2020 Did you know that covid-19 kills people without ever making them sick? It does. So can a lot of tough situations. How? By suicide. People who experience job loss, isolation from quarantine, homelessness, poverty, and other side effects of the pandemicContinue reading “The “S” word”

Kicking the Pandemic Blues

Finding Motivation in 2020 by Valerie Rice September 22, 2020 Do you remember a year ago when you jumped out of bed ready to take on the world? Me neither. Some people probably do. After being locked in your house for months and terrorized by your television set, it may seem that life is justContinue reading “Kicking the Pandemic Blues”

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