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Surprisingly in the pink

I had completely forgotten that Pinktober was approaching until a client (herself a rider of ...

A New York State of Mind

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

Here’s to the transition of graduation!!

I love transitions. I find them fascinating: it is a time in people’s lives when ...

Reflections on Relay for Life

I have become accustomed to the enthusiasm that surrounds and buoys the Relay for Life ...

You go, Angelina!

I am appreciating the bold move by Angelina Jolie to go public with her medical ...

The evolution of Thanksgiving traditions

By the time this hits print, Thanksgiving will seem like a distant tide, swept out ...

BEEP BEEP!!

That would be the sound of me tooting my horn about my latest book shenanigans. ...

What IS in a Name?

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

Column about summer

    Many summers we spend a week in Acadia National Park in platform tents, ...

Kindle, Baby!

Book available on Kindle as of today. Will be available on Nook any minute now!!! ...

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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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