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PSI Missouri Supports Moms: Our Turn to Help

Last week, I found out that my first baby and oldest daughter, Jessica, got into residency in general surgery and following much excitement, it made me think back to when she was born 27 years ago this May 18th. 287 more words

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Inspiration for March

I talked about Mary Oliver’s poem “The Journey” several times this past week, so I wanted to provide an online version of it.

March brings renewal and a time to re-dedicate ourselves to taking as good care of ourselves as we do others. 35 more words

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March Tips

March…

Trees and shrubs that are balled or burlapped can still be planted this month. Container grown roses can also be done .

In mid to late march begin to plant gladiolus bulbs in 2-3 week intervals until July. 147 more words

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Persephone’s Journey: How Everything We Touch Changes

By Diane Sanford, PhD

With the arrival of spring, I am always reminded of Persephone’s story and the lessons to be learned from the daughter of Demeter, mother earth, and her journey. 250 more words

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Persephone's Journey: How Everything We Touch Changes

With the arrival of spring, I am always reminded of Persephone’s story and the lessons to be learned from the daughter of Demeter, mother earth, and her journey. 252 more words

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Pediatricians Should Start Screening for Postpartum Depression

Sorry for my lack of posts this week, readers. We had a nasty bug run through the family, and that is definitely a time for self-care! 575 more words

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The Search for Meaning in a Sh*tball's Existence

Today’s guest post comes from an “unlikely” source, Cracked.com‘s Felix Clay. Yes, it is long, may sound a bit irreverent and contains some NSFW language, but remember, Cracked is a satire site. 1,727 more words

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