I came across these 10 amazing tips from my friend Bill Lavidge about career building. We're now into June and graduations just happened (and internships just s
Have you seen anyone with a semicolon tattoo? Here's what it's about.
One small character, one big purpose.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
a note of gratitude
Your generosity over the last year has enabled us to acquire and renovate our new home at 723 James Street. The new Vera House is beautiful, accessible, and larger than our previous location. It is more comfortable than we could have imagined and we are most grateful because it will give us the ability to serve the people who need us most, well into the future.
The MENTOR Mental Health Monthly for March, 2017
Sit by a window: Even if it is for a few minutes each day, take time to place yourself near a window in order to see the sunshine. Light therapy has been shown to change brain chemicals to increase positive mood Get outside: Go for a brief walk on your lunch break or before dinner. This will allow for exercise as well as enjoying the outdoors. Socialize: Schedule a gathering with friends, family or co-workers. Utilize your supports just to chat or discuss how you've been feeling. If your schedule is tight, call a friend when you have some spare time to catch up. Eat your fruits and veggies: During the winter months we often indulge in junk foods, so be sure to incorporate fruits and vegetables. Grab a smoothie or make a…