Health

Learning new logic in the older person

Why are you talking logic to a crazy person? This question was intoned by my ...

The complicated scourge of plastic bags

Our town recently voted NOT to ban plastic bags as part of the check out ...

Delayed new year’s post…

In this time of New Year’s resolutions and personal industry, I am taking advantage of ...

Yoga on my mind…

Although I have practiced mindfulness for over thirty years, I have not instituted an active ...

A new way to view Pinktober

I recently commented on an online status of an artist friend who stated that she ...

A nod to the nap

Summer is THE time to hone one’s skill in the Department of Nap. I have ...

Death is not convenient

Death is not convenient. It does not wait, tarry, ask permission, or discriminate against age, ...

The Complexities of Healing

When I asked my physical therapist what she feels are the most important elements in ...

What’s in a Lash?

Eyelashes are not the most important piece of equipment that we carry, but their featherweight ...

A Young Life Lost to Drugs

We had last seen Garrett about ten years ago. He was a big, strong boy ...

About Meg

Meg is a licensed independent clinical social worker with over thirty-five years clinical experience. She holds a Master’s Degree from the Boston University School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

Categories

Archives

Subscribe to Meg's Blog