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August 2014 Update

It’s been a little while since I produced an update, mainly because I have been waiting for a few pieces of the jigsaw to fit into place. 587 more words

Sharing Lived Experience

The Boundaries of Self-Disclosure in Clinical Social Work

Have you been asked personal questions?

As a social worker at a family service centre, Amanda works with various clients. One of her clients, Susan revealed that her husband had been abusing her physically. 144 more words


My Own Journey Towards Becoming an Intentional Expat

I wasn’t always an intentional expat. In fact, only a year ago  I would have considered myself more of an accidental expat rather than an intentional one. 1,487 more words


I want my sex life back! TMI? Or gold for online communities and their managers?

By Colleen Young (@colleen_young)

“I want my sex life back! Before my breast cancer diagnosis, my husband and I used to…” posted by Susy (forum nickname)

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Social Media

Self-disclosure can be very scary

Well, I did it. I made the first item of the agenda “self-disclosure.” (My Leadership in Progress post talked about how self-disclosure was a tip from the Bankable Leadership program.) I have to admit I was a bit nervous about sharing things about me, and I wondered what the team would think of that agenda item number one. 800 more words


Three Things Thursday: Friday Edition!

I couldn’t focus enough last night to sit down and post, so here is the extra special, Friday morning edition of Three Things Thursday (all three things are from Thursday–using today would be cheating), followed by some other stuff: 492 more words