It's the start of Thanksgiving Week and surely we're all thinking about those things for which we are grateful this year.
It's been a tough year for some, including me. I lost my partner at the beginning of the year.
About a week ago, a friend of mine talked with me about how down she'd been feeling. It started as a general sense of "meh" but quickly spiraled into a deeper despair.
She felt overwhelmed and didn't know where to
We need to talk.
And that's the point of Overdose Awareness Day next week - taking time to start open and informative discussion about how to end overdoses and help those who experience it to get treatment and
Has summer break really just about finished? Seems like it just started for my nephews and yet here they are - ready to head back to the classroom already.
My sister's lucky in some ways. Her boys are eager to get back
Today's news that drug overdose deaths across the U.S. in 2020 hit the highest levels every recorded is deeply concerning.
It also points to a need for more education and access to treatment and recovery services.
Last weekend the Dayton Daily News published a story about a young girl who took her own life shortly after COVID-19 shut things down last March.
That got me to thinking - are people taking time to check in on friends