Monthly Archives: April 2011

How much do you have to suffer before your insurance cares?

Or How sick do you have to be to get any help around here? For anyone who has worked in the mental health industry, the usage of the term consumer as opposed to patient or client is nothing new. Paul … Continue reading

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Grief and Loss. When you don’t know what to say.

We have all been there. Someone we know—family or friend—, or sometimes a complete stranger shares with us a staggering loss. It could be a death, a job loss, a relationship ending, a change in fortunes, or some other game-changing … Continue reading

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But what is it that you really do?

Who doesn’t love that question? Especially the self-employed. If you are a creative professional it is even worse. “No, really. What do you do for money?” Is a common accusation leveled at freelance artists, musicians or even novelists. For a … Continue reading

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