A Brooklyn, New York LPN Takes a Stand for Social Justice

  The now-iconic photo has since been hailed as a symbol for peaceful demonstrations against police brutality. It has also been likened to photos captured in past civil rights protests as well as one of the takeover in Tienanmen Square in China that captured a man staring down the tank. For Evans, the comparisons give […]

Read More

7 Ways to Voice Criticism Without Being Negative A Guest Post by Anna Johansson

Criticism is sometimes treated as a dirty word, but think about two indisputable facts about our lives: nothing is perfect, and the only way to improve something is to find and correct its flaws. Knowing this, we can infer that everything should be open to criticism, and that criticism is necessary if we ever want to […]

Read More

4 Tips to Ensure That You Fuel Your Caring Nature From a Full Heart and Not Fumes

Dearest Caregiver Acknowledge and Respect Your Compassion Nature Most people have the capacity to feel empathy for another person when there is a tragedy such as a plane crash or mass shooting. Some people have the capacity to rise to the occasion and offer a helping hand to someone in need. However, very few people […]

Read More

An Antidote to Incivility A Guest Post by Christine Porath

  When I was 22, I scored what I thought was my dream job. I moved from the snowy Midwest to sunny Florida with a group of fellow former college athletes to help a global athletic brand launch a sports academy. But within two years I and many of my peers had left our jobs. […]

Read More

When the Nurse Becomes the Patient

  Published on Mar 20, 2016 Lynn Bartos has been a nurse at the Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee for the past 44 years. However, after developing an illness, she became a patient in the hospital, and is being treated by a former patient. Steve Hartman has more.

Read More