Monthly Archives: August 2010

Teens: You gotta love ’em!

It was inevitable. He’s 16. He can’t help himself. He must transition from child to adult. Unlike a caterpillar whose transition allows them the comfort of a cocoon to effectively insulate them from the world, teens must go out into … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Workaholic

When I googled “Workaholics Anonymous” I was only half-joking. Last week was my first serious effort to break free from the pit that mires me. Like any addiction, she calls to me, tempting me with her siren song. I want … Continue reading

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