Monthly Archives: January 2012

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Ask, Don’t Tell

As the queen of giving unsolicited advice throughout most of my adult life, I never really understood people’s reluctance to..

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T’Was the Gift of…

Did you ever take down a Christmas tree after all the hoopla is over and you're into the next year..

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Rachel the Nag

Rachel Z. Cornell is a nag and she’s good at it. She’s so good that a friend of hers suggested..

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Why You Should Care…

When Florida, Kentucky and Missouri passed a law requiring welfare applicants to pass a drug test before receiving benefits, objections..

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How to Fit In

Elaine fit in everywhere. There was no place we went, grocery, gas station, school, church or the mall where someone..

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14,000 US Citizens Died…

Call it what you want, but a scientific study published in a peer-reviewed journal, the , and the accompanying criticisms..

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Top 5 Regrets of…

When my father was dying with a brain tumor/cancer in 2005 I had lunch with him a few times, and..

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Medicare to Be the…

If you thought you had to jump through hoops to help clients with Medicare concerns and questions, you haven’t seen..

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Who Are the Truly…

People often ask me why it took me so long to “get off of the street,” when I was homeless...

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Neglect or Genetics?

Social workers in England recently removed two children from their parent’s home, charging the parents with abuse for “overfeeding” them...

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