A Season for Everything—The Personal Side

  • By Yolanda Brailey
  • 07 Nov, 2018
Many, many years ago I remember reading a study about aging white males. The study said that older white men who were single (widowers or never married) and had no friends or close family relationships had a significantly higher rate of suicide. The chance...
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A Season for Everything—The Practical Side

  • By Yolanda Brailey
  • 01 Nov, 2018
Do you have many friends? A few close friends? Or maybe just one best friend? Hopefully you do not live your life feeling isolated and have friends, family or both to share in your life’s greatest joys as well as the challenges you face....
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Bah! Humbug!

  • By LECS Counselor
  • 25 Oct, 2018
It’s that time of year again for the holidays! Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are just three of the biggest holidays in America. The time people spend on decorating their homes, shopping for gifts, wrapping and hiding said gifts, and of course, traveling can cause...
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Take a Note from Pollyanna!

  • By Jackie Spain
  • 18 Oct, 2018
Growing up one of my favorite movies was “Pollyanna.” The story is about a girl who had many tragic events befall her, but she refused to give in to the negativity that would have been so easy for her to adopt. Her optimism was...
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Road Rage

  • By Holly Lapka
  • 12 Oct, 2018
Most of us have experienced the heightened anger and frustration that comes from heavy traffic and thoughtless drivers. I have, on more than one occasion, allowed a few choice words to spill out when being cut off in traffic. However, my “road rage” has...
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