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Restoring Trust in the Judicial System

It’s been a long while since I have posted a blog; although ideas regularly come to mind to discuss on this platform. Blogging took a back seat to full-time work in ministry, graduate school, counseling internship, and Mardi Gras season. 732 more words

All Rise

Greenpeace Board of Directors chair Karen Topakian, one of the activists arrested for hanging a “RESIST” banner on a crane over the White House, recounts her sentencing day.

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Soundtrack to Your Life


This blog started as a place to get some ideas for group and I intend to keep that goal going.  At my current agency, I continue to do groups, largely in the Substance Use field and as such, I have plenty of opportunities to fill our groups with psychoeducation but also with activities! 246 more words

Group Therapy

A stitch in time

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Kitten Party

Say Nothing by Brad Parks

I received this novel as an advanced copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

A parent’s worst nightmare comes true: Judge Scott Sampson is about to pick up his 6-year-old twins on an ordinary Wednesday afternoon when his wife, Alison, texts him to say she will be picking them up instead. 241 more words


Conservative blogger whitesplains how Black America can be successful (UPDATE)

xPraetorius, owner and operator of the Praetorian Writers’ Group has decided to give some advice as to how Black Americans can succeed in America. Apparently, as a white male, he knows what makes black people tick. 1,077 more words

“The true strength of our Supreme Court (and of the entire judiciary) lies not in brute military power or political patronage, but in its moral courage — born of competence, independence and integrity — to perform its constitutional mandate at all times and against all odds.”

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