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A Cup of Coffee: Peodophilia

Welcome back! Last week, we discussed the topic of Elder Abuse in America. If you missed this blog and would like to catch up, click HERE. I’m going to issue a warning this week. This blog will discuss a sensitive topic, and for those who have been abused, it may trigger some strong feelings or […]

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A Cup of Coffee: Elder Abuse in America

Welcome back! Last week we talked about Methamphetamines. If you missed this blog and would like to catch up, click HERE. This week we address Elder Abuse in America. Warning: discussion of assault and suicide. I received the letter in the mail and as I opened it up, I only searched for one word: SUBSTANTIATED. […]

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A Cup of Coffee: Meth

Welcome back! Last week I wrote about the passing of my dad. You all shared this over 900 times. Thank you so much for your care and concerns. I will follow up in a week or so with a blog on Elder Abuse in America, as so many of you requested. If you missed that […]

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A Cup of Coffee: Goodbye, Dad

Welcome back. Last week, we talked about Trauma Informed Care. If you missed that blog and would like to catch up, click HERE. This week, I had planned to write a blog on Methamphetamine use. It was halfway done when I got the late night call that my dad had fallen in his care facility. […]

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A Cup of Coffee: Trauma Informed Care

Welcome back! Wow. Last week’s blog on Heroin vs Prescription Opioids really hit a nerve for a lot of our readers. We hope that moving forward the conversation can take on a new vibe and all patients are considered, rather than just those who would become addicted. If you missed this blog and would like […]

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A Cup of Coffee: Why Do Kids CyberBully?

Welcome back! Last week we talked about our young adults that won’t leave home. If you missed that blog and would like to catch up, click HERE. In 2017, The Washington Post reported that a nationally representative poll, taken by the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan found that overall the top […]

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