Welcome back. Dr. Goldman gave us a lot to think about last week! If you didn’t get a chance to read her blog, or the blog before hers, please take a moment and do so. Click here to access prior blogs Those two blogs lead us to this weeks journey of
Welcome back. If you haven’t had a chance to view last week’s blog on Suicide, please take a moment and do so. It will set the tone for this month-long series ahead of us. Click here for last week’s blog. For many, the holiday season is anything but happy. It may
Welcome back! This week we are taking a break from our series “Pain and Suffering” to reflect, and decide to be grateful. Because it IS a decision. Come…join me for a cup of coffee. Let’s chat. Mindful Gratitude. What does that mean, exactly? Some would surmise that it means remembering
Hello and Welcome back!! Last week, we visited with a young 29 year old lady who has had her share of pain and suffering. An update: She is being sent back to her surgeon due to serious complications. The Foundation will continue to follow her story and bring you updates.
Welcome back!! This is Part IV in a series on Opiates: Are There Any Good Answers? Last week, we visited with a mom who lost her only child to an accidental overdose. We can all agree this was hard to read but a necessary part of our series. This week,
Welcome back! This is Part II in a series on Opiates: Are There Any Good Answers? Last week, we heard from a professional, Dr. Jorgensen. He gave us some good things to think about, didn’t he? This week, we visit with a young man who has actually experienced addiction. Let’s
The opioid ‘epidemic’ is not really an epidemic at all. It is an unfortunate, but predictable outcome. At the turn of the century, the cry was to make pain the 5th vital sign and JCAHO released pain standards to be used after much public outcry and a national desire to