A diversity educator shares her wisdom.
I never thought I would admit feeling old.
What are we teaching them about kindness?
An interview with Juan Mann, the founder of the Free Hugs Campaign.
The global pandemic finds us in a world-wide whirlwind of the factual and fear-driven and sometimes politically motivated information. We don’t know who or what to believe which exacerbates the already deleterious effects of COVID-19. Those who are reading this piece may be on the frontlines of care or service. They may be homeschooling their…
Is it about taking sides?
In this time when it could cost lives.
How microscopic organisms are bringing people together.
I am an overwhelmingly tactile person. Touch is my primary love language. I grew up in a huggy-kissy-touchy-feely family. No one left or entered our home without a hug. My parents modeled affection in their marriage, with my sister and me and with extended family and friends. As I grew up, I had that same…
How I spent the past eight hours.
Little reminders everywhere.
Continuing to navigate the River Corona.
Why it is essential to find our shared purpose.
A self-quarintined therapist muses about the day of days.
In the midst of the Coronavirus crisis, I have been using all of the tools at my disposal to remain sane and vertical, healthy and vibrant. I am self-quarantining with the exception of going to my office to see clients. Through the marvels of modern technology, I can now use a telehealth platform called doxy.me…