Category Archives: children

Trashy Journalism

Last year (2015) I attended a training on the identification and assessment of the needs for intervening with CSEC; I attended the update earlier this month (12/16). CSEC is the commercial sexual exploitation of children. It’s a multimillion, if not … Continue reading

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Rush

I’m feeling the rush of the season, but I haven’t bothered to set up my tiny fake tree or the Nativity scene yet. There’s a push to meet productivity numbers, always, but more so during the holidays. Every week I … Continue reading

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Same Old Poop

I know the answers to the unspoken questions that pull tears from my eyes.  I know not to ever ask ever again “When will it stop?” I came as I promised Monday  evening to pick up some food and the … Continue reading

Posted in 2015, abuse, child, children, difficult, disorder, domestic, family, family relations, family relationships, mental health, mom, parent, parents, physician heal thyself, psychology, PTSD | Leave a comment

Dang, I was assigned one heck of an interesting case this week. I’ll tell you all about it when I’m dead. Mums the word & ethics code & law.

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Family

Can be attricious. The situation: My roomate made plans beginning of May to move out and did so this past Sunday. I’m swinging rent in excess of $1500 by myself for August. I’ve found a place to share with coworker … Continue reading

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