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Contradictions in Columbia; Where the Cows Really Do Come Home

It is many of the everyday things that we take completely for granted that are ...

Insistence on Peace

These people are heroes. It is not what they set out to be, or how ...

Initial Thoughts Regarding Rural Colombia

First Thoughts About Colombia After a day in Medellin, a large city set into and ...

Got My Bag, I Got My Reservation

My husband remembers that the boots are to prevent snake bites. I recall that the ...

Defining Colombia

We learned more about where, exactly, in Colombia our 23 year old daughter Gale is, ...

To Colombia with Love

I have long known that fear can worm its way into an equation, stopping a ...

A New York State of Mind

It is all about expectation, whether it is a medical procedure, a holiday dinner, or ...

Zumba With a Twist

I arrived at class a few minutes before the start time as I always do, ...

The Eye of the Storm

I was attending a meeting at The Healing Garden the other week when people’s phones ...

Suspense in the Mountains

I breathed deeply as I slowly rotated, taking in the depth of the valley tucked ...

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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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