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And in the end…

My father in law died a few weeks ago. It was not a surprise, as ...

The human challenges of health care decisions

People say that physicians can play God. The same might be said of a health ...

Pinktober revisited

Usually around this time in October I have started my rant about the excess of ...

Tri-Umph at the Appleman Sprint Triathlon

I put in a request for an overcast day for the morning of the  Appleman ...

Slow or Fast: Which is Better?

“You’re not late! You don’t need to run...or is that just a burst of energy?” ...

Fifty Shades of Pink

It’s that time of year again. It has nothing to do with leaves, and nothing ...

The Dance of Discovery

I attended a dance performance last Friday. Nothing particularly unusual about that. Our family has ...

Hail to the Caregivers

In this month of particularly pink preference I would like to take a moment to ...

What IS in a Name?

What IS in a name? It’s an oft asked question. We have long stopped believing ...

The Hunt for (non)Pink October

The Hunt for (non)Pink October They may have had difficulty finding Red October, but these ...

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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.

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