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How to Help Locally with Coronavirus Preparations

By Paul Krupin  Coronavirus concerns are on everyone’s mind. One of the most important questions that loom large is how we can help each other. How can we each make a difference?  Many people have a robust front-line support system that we can rely on for...

The Reality of Food and Bare Necessities – Putting Things in Perspective

By Terry Miller In the past week, the Covid-19 reality has hit most of the world in ways unimaginable a few days earlier. New jargon, such as “social distancing,” has become the rule of law — not just the exception. I was speaking with my 89-year-old...

Mental Health Advice with Stan: How to Stay Calm During an Emergency

By Stan Popovich You never know when a disaster may strike unexpectedly. Unfortunately, a person can become paralyzed by fear and anxiety to the point that they are unable to function or think clearly when something does happen. As a result, here are some suggestions on...

Career Corner: The Last Straw

By Angela Copeland When is the best time to leave your job? Have you ever wondered when you should look for something new? Most people wait until things are painful. Change is hard. It hurts. So many people wait until the daily pain at work...

Decision 2020: The Case Against Early Voting

By Terry Miller This year’s contentious election (both local and national) has brought forth some fundamental questions about procedure, policy and privacy. The case against early voting has never been clearer; at least on a national scale. Take what happened in the past week or so...

Career Corner: Panel Interview Fears

By Angela Copeland Have you ever had a panel interview? It's one of those job interviews where you show up and instead of one person interviewing you, three do. Or, if you're really lucky, five or six will. I'm not talking about a situation where...

Mental Health Advice with Stan: Six Tips On How to Manage Anxieties and Fears

Do you ever feel overwhelmed with anxiety and your mind is overrun with fearful and negative thoughts? If so, this can be very challenging in terms of getting any kind of relief from your current situation. As a result, here are six tips on how...

Career Corner: Should I Be Facebook Friends With My Boss?

By Angela Copeland A reader recently wrote in with what is clearly an issue on the minds of professionals: social media in the workplace. In other words, should I be Facebook friends with my boss? Today's workforce is more casual than generations in the past. Many...

Irony and Ecstasy in the White House: Trump’s Victory Lap Turns Venomous

Opinion by Terry Miller I find Trump’s utter disdain for the media (particularly the Washington Post and New York Times as “enemies of the people”) somewhat ironic when he held up multiple newspapers last Thursday morning for the media he so fervently scorns. The headlines,...

Mental Health Advice with Stan: How to Manage Your Fear of Losing Your Job

By Stan Popovich Do you ever wonder what you would do if you ever lost a job? It can be very scary when you find out that you no longer have a paycheck coming.  As a result, here is a list of techniques and suggestions on...
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