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Too many food gifts from relatives? Donate to People’s Food Bank!

Chinese New Year is a time of gift giving, especially food gifts to relatives. Do you have a lot of food gifts received from relatives and friends left over after Lunar New Year Holidays? 527 more words


Complex Ptsd And Implications For Supporting?

Hello everyone, As a supporter I have been reading more and more articles and threads to understand PTSD as much as I possibly can. During this process I have found information relating to Complex PTSD on this forum and on other sites that refers to a form of PTSD that shares similar symptoms to PTSD but has a different process of causation. 39 more words

Taking Care

Of Your Self

Have you done for you today?

  • Taking care of yourself and your whole being and making it a priority.
  • Being active and motivated; stretching, meditating, reflecting, walking, exploring, exercising, etc.
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The difference between enabling and supporting from a treatment provider

As an addiction treatment provider, among the more difficult topics to tackle when educating a family about addiction and/or recovery is the difference between enabling and supporting. 526 more words


Frische St.Gallener - Neuigkeit: Supporting Bank Managers in Facilitating Employees' Continuous Learning As A Precondition For Organizational Development And Innovation

Ein lesenswerter Bericht zu St.Gallen.

Schuchmann, Daniela ; Seufert, Sabine: Supporting Bank Managers in Facilitating Employees’ Continuous Learning As A Precondition For Organizational Development And Innovation : An Empirical Study In The Banking Sector. 135 more words

St.Gallen: Politik

The Greatest Manager Bradford City Never Had

Bury vs Bradford City preview

@Gigg Lane on Saturday 9 January, 2016

By Jason McKeown

Imagine if Phil Parkinson had spent the coach journey home from Gillingham looking up the bcafc hashtag on Twitter, noting the demands of what he should and shouldn’t do, and then implementing these instructions at Bury tomorrow? 1,918 more words

Phil Parkinson