At Their Limit: Therapists dedicate their lives to helping, but what happens when that help exacts a toll? A Guest Post by Denio Lourenco

  This article was originally posted on The Brooklyn Ink Blog Site October 23, 2017 When Drena Fagen started her career as a social worker counselling at-risk and formerly incarcerated teenagers, she knew she would see suffering. She just didn’t know how much. Every one of her clients brought with them years of pain and abuse,…

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When Caregivers Need Some Care: 8 Advantages of Caregiver Support Groups A Guest Post by David Beeshaw

  As a caregiver, you may be focused on looking after your loved one rather than looking after yourself. This can easily backfire, as you end up suffering both mentally and physically. If you start feeling lonely, depressed or extremely tired, a support group might be the best way to solve the situation. Here are…

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Caring Is a Delicate Balance: Emotional Intelligence The importance of Relationship Management

 

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Caring Is a Delicate Balance: The Performance Improvement Plan for Bullying & Incivility

 

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A Tribute To A Nurse: A TEDMED Talk

Published on May 8, 2017 Carolyn Jones, best known for her socially proactive photographs and documentary films, shares what makes nurses not only an invaluable asset to us as patients, but also as a society.

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How Proposed Changes to Medicare Could Affect Your Wallet and Your Health Care: AARP Bulletin, January/February 2017 Issue

  En español | MEDICARE WORKS WONDERS for millions of American families, providing affordable access to today’s most advanced health care. Poll after poll invariably confirms its popularity. But will Medicare continue to work for us and for the next generations? That’s the question that Congress and the Trump administration will be asking in the…

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