The marathon has ended. Some of us ran the entire route, others a 5K, and some cheered from the sidelines. However you were involved, feelings can be strong in these first days. On top of that, our profession has been and will be on the front lines of ensuring the process works as it should, and we will continue to feel the impact of polarization because our profession must be involved. And of … [Read more...]
Focus on Gratitude
“All politics is local” is a phrase often associated with the late Thomas “Tip” O’Neill, a former member of Congress from Massachusetts and Speaker of the House. As we move into our second consecutive pandemic holiday season, uncertainty may overwhelm our ability to look to the future with hope. In challenging times, an effective resilience strategy is to focus on the people and things in our … [Read more...]
World Mental Health Day, October 10th. How Are You?
This year’s theme is Mental Health Care for All: Let’s make it a Reality. Due to COVID-19 and other challenges, our mental health has been affected in ways we never would have imagined. At the same time, our profession and others are finding ways to prioritize mental health as we make personal and professional decisions for our future. There is no question that everyone is impacted so we no longer … [Read more...]
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