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In Honor of Mother’s Day

It’s hard not to lapse into platitudes when talking about mothers. Most of us have ...

Is it really better to give than to receive?

With Valentine’s Day in the rearview mirror, the notion of giving and receiving lingers on ...

Widening the eye of the needle

After many false starts to retrieve my 93 year old mom from the small rural ...

Choices During Covid

In her interview with National Public Radio, Christina Koch remarked that one of the psychological ...
Meg Stafford

Toward a new equilibrium (from May 2020)

I had always tested squarely in the E column between Extrovert and Introvert. I was ...

Remembering Race

My daughter told me of a group with which she was studying the words of ...

Birthday in a covid-19 world

We celebrated our daughter Gale's 30th birthday today.  It was not what we had planned ...

Connected we rise

If ever there has been any doubt that we are all connected, the events of ...

Greeting new Christmas traditions

Usually the one to embrace new traditions when necessary, I had been worried about Christmas ...

Redefining Lazy

According to Merriam Webster, lazy is defined as disinclined to activity or exertion; not energetic ...

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.

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