Archive for April, 2011

Advocacy, Family Issues, Lifestyle, new again, Substance Abuse, Veterans, Well-being

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

I am always intrigued by the process by which patients can be admitted to a hospital with one or another sequella of either binge drinking or chronic alcoholism and the can get a mega-workup for the evaluation and management of their symptoms without anyone ever having asked them “Why do you drink?”

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Advocacy, Family Issues, Health, Parenting

World Autism Awareness Day

This post is dedicated to all of the amazing girls and boys who live with autism and their families. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) “ASDs (autism spectrum disorders) occur in all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups, but are four times more likely to occur in boys than in girls.”

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Family Issues, Lifestyle, new again, Psychology, Well-being

An Adult Fairy Tale For Understanding Grief Work

Most people think fairy tales are only for children. If one looks more closely, you will find fairy-tales, fables and stories from quite a few cultures that are for adolescents, young adults, middle-aged folks and even elders. The one I am about to tell you is about many things but specifically about the need to […]

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Family Issues, Lifestyle, new again, Well-being

GRIEVING: A key to a man’s healing

Let’s be clear. When a man, woman or child is crying it is because the hurt has already occurred and crying or grieving is the healing of the hurt. One of the doorways a man must walk through is the one that leads to many rooms filled with sadness, despair, depression, trauma and the pain […]

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