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Has the ubiquitous customer survey lost its meaning?

I have long been a proponent of feedback. Years before my training as an executive ...

Panic and exhilaration at full gallop

I had been yearning to be back on a horse for years. Memories of my ...

A nod to the nap

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

Blown away by the Manta Ray

Off the coast of the big island of Hawaii, we don wet suits, snorkels and ...

When the chickens come a-callin’

Saturday was a day of unusual relationships. It started with a bridal shower at which ...

A Leprechaun’s Improvisation

On the evening of March 16th, when Kate was eight or nine, she greeted me ...

Loving the Leap Day possibilities

Why should frogs have all the fun? The concept of Leap Day has always captured ...

Driving for Distraction

I have always loved to drive. I grew up learning on VW Bugs and Toyota ...

To Pill a Mocking Cat

If you live with a cat, especially an older one, you may know that the ...

The joy of leaf blowing

I don’t believe that my husband was intentionally keeping me away from our leaf blower. ...

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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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