In our fast paced world of “I need IT, Right Now” deciding to send an email or another way to communicate can be tricky. I recently read an interesting article and found the content useful … [Read More...]
The call came at 8:21 am on Friday, May 31st, 2013. A memory that will be forever etched in the granite of my life. I had undergone an excisional biopsy earlier that week which was the surgical culmination of my breasts being extensively tracked, monitored, examined, poked, squeezed, mammo’d, ultrasounded, MRI’d, and needle biopsied since 1996. May 31st is made even more […]
New Year’s Eve, 1999, as I was getting ready for the evening, I did a quick “breast check” in the shower and felt a substantial lump. This took me by surprise. I’ve had mammograms every year since I was 35, saw my gynecologist regularly and did self-breast exams monthly–lying down. So what was this? I jumped out of the […]
Did you know that one in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime? That every 9 seconds a woman is abused? That each year at least 1.3 million women will be assaulted by an intimate partner? Domestic violence happens in every community, regardless of age, economic status, race, ethnicity, or educational background. As a community, it […]
“Screen time” is a pretty heavily debated issue in the parenting world, with as many thoughts on the issue as there are screens in front of our kids’ faces. Schools are using the devices more, leaving many parents to wonder why limiting screen time even matters, while others forbid any devices in the home unless […]
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