Category: Wellness

Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters In the End

Each of us will eventually face the dilemma of quality versus quantity of life — certainly for ourselves, but most likely also for a loved one. Read the book, Being Mortal, now. Before you are in the crisis.

ASHES TO ART: Finding Joy and Purpose in Adversity

In 2012, Lori Joseph was driving back to her home in Nebraska from Colorado with the devastation of wildfires in her rear view mirror. This blog and video share how she helps people find joy and purpose in life.

Upcoming Suicide Prevention Learning Series

Upcoming Suicide Prevention Learning Series… please share with those that may want to participate as either survivors, family or professionals.

Making the Most of a Modified College Social Life During a Pandemic

As a parent of a college-age student, I want to know how they connect with fellow students and get involved safely. Join our panel from UMW, Goucher and UMBC to get some tips and help.

Sex Over 40: Why Is It Different and How Can I Make It Better?

Sex doesn’t have to be boring or hurt or stop just because you are over 40. Raylene answers all our questions … about lube, libido and just how the clitoris works.

What is Palliative Care and When Is It Appropriate?

Recently speaking with a friend whose mother was sick, I suggested she should look into palliative care. The response was a look of shock and surprise. “She’s not dying.”

Integrating New Staff Members: Hiring, On-Boarding, and Inclusion

What are the best methods to onboard new staff members during and after COVID-19? This post discusses job description development, virtual tours, and emotions your employees may be feeling and how to help them.

How To Use Writing to Work Through Grief

Grief comes for many reasons… the loss of a child, a parent, or friend. It also comes from the loss of what “could have been” – the marriage that didn’t last due to divorce, a health issue that keeps you from doing loved activities, moving from active partner in a relationship to active caregiver. In all these instances, writing can help us process the pain and move forward into our new role.

Scientific Research: careers, education and what researchers actually do day to day

Forrest Bowling answers our questions about his education path as a doctoral candidate in Biochemistry and what exactly a scientific researcher does.

What Mother’s Really Want For Mother’s Day… and Every Day

I bet there is some young father right now scrambling to figure out what to get his wife for Mother’s Day. Because of COVID-19, restaurants are closed, most stores are closed for shopping, and you can’t travel. But I have a secret…. I can’t… Continue Reading “What Mother’s Really Want For Mother’s Day… and Every Day”

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