It’s just the same, only different In recent weeks, this space has seen much discussion around the topic of self-advocacy. It seems a proverbial squeaky wheel that requires constant greasing in our heavy duty, high demand lives. And as such,
Let’s roll As readers of this blog probably already know, I am a big fan of wellness tools. Cooking, knitting, walking, and talking are just a few examples of wellness tools one may use everyday. Some of my favorite wellness
Ever get that feeling that we have something in common? Does it ever seem like at least one of us has been here before? Chances are, you’re right. We can put this common knowledge and experience to good use somewhere.
Welcome, dear readers to Wellness Tool Wednesday! I want to start this first offering of our newly introduced topic by asking, how are you today? Go ahead, I’ll wait. Take your time if you need some. It seems simple, right?
by Matt M., CMWN Intern I had intended to use this space today to tell you about my peer support specialist training experience and what it will forever mean to me. That bridge is under construction, however, so we will