Thanksgiving Day in my family meant sharing family time, great food, and building new family traditions.
For the past few days my relationship with media has been tumultuous. I find myself in a shuffle between diving into the headlines and a strong desire to duck-and-cover.
As I was out shopping recently, it annoyed me to find that many of the stores were already stocked full of Christmas stuff. I still have my fall wreath on my door and am trying to figure out what on earth I might be able to contribute for Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving can mean a number of things to various people.
One of the greatest joys in my life is being an aunt to five amazing kids. I take this job very seriously. I like to spend time with these little humans, getting to know their personalities, likes and dislikes, and generally just trying my best to maintain “favorite aunt” status in their lives.
As we celebrate Forensic Nurses Week this week, we are reflecting on lessons learned through the SANE Sustainability project.
A friend who works at a university recently tried explaining the challenges in conducting sexual assault prevention programs with students.