Category Archives: communication

Reflections on 2017: Part 1… Comparing Christmas to Other American Holidays

When New Years rolls around little time has probably been spent relaxing since mid November. Beside day-to-day living and working at jobs outside the home, hours have been spent on special planning for Thanksgiving. Then the Christmas season swings into … Continue reading

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I See You

Originally posted on A Mind Divided:
Sometimes it takes a shock to wake up. Yesterday I was slapped into a deeper appreciation for all the kind, generous and courageous people in my life.  I see you, and I’m so very…

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Can Teachers Become Friends?

The transition of a teacher-student relationship to one of friendship is sometimes tricky to accomplish. Both have complex parts. I see Teacher’s  as having a special kind of power that is not a part of a healthy and productive friendship. … Continue reading

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Be Proactive & Knowledgeable About Healthcare Insurance and Legal Rights

I recently learned a lot about problems that can occur between a doctor’s orders and a screening procedure. Questions need to be asked and answered at many levels that include insurance providers, both primary and secondary, and all billing departments … Continue reading

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My Thoughts On Trump & Why I Still Support Him

There have been many changes in Trump’s world. Some make sense to me and some do not. He has been fighting an uphill battle from the beginning. I think he thought his party would stand behind him after he won, … Continue reading

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Things Mom & Dad taught me in the 1950’s

Originally posted on Atridim News Journal:
Photo from the 1950’s ‘Father Knows Best’ sitcom starring Robert Young and Jane Wyatt 1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE . “If you’re going to kill each other, do…

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Rob McPherson Hits The Nail On The Head When Talking About The NFL Only Being A Bussiness….And More.

I wish Rob was a blogger, but since he is not, I had to share his journalistic-style post. His research and views are a great insight on the NFL and some of the players. He graciously gave me permission to … Continue reading

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