The Dangers of Being a Workaholic

Written by Alexander G. Smith

Obsessive workers are easy to spot. Their almost religious devotion to productivity and advancement means long days, late nights, missed weekends, and copious amounts of caffeine. If this description applies to you, then there’s a good chance you’re a workaholic — and it’s a dangerous lifestyle. Continue reading

Faith

Written by Allison Hill

Faith is a funny thing.  It isn’t tangible and no one can see it, and either you have it or you don’t.  It’s kind of like class, something you can’t be taught, and you either possess it or you don’t.  Knowing if you have it doesn’t really come into play until you need it.  Continue reading

Rachel Platten: Fighter and Singer

Written by Stuart Griffin

Today I’m going to talk about attending a Rachel Platten concert. It was part of her Wildfire Tour. On Saturday, March 12, I went to the Royale Boston to see Rachel. I had a VIP Meet &Greet ticket so I got there pretty early. They gave us our wristbands while waiting in line. It took about 1 3/4 hours to get into the club. Then we went up a flight of stairs to get our tickets. Then up another flight to get to the floor of the club where the soundcheck and the concert would take place.

It wasn’t long before Rachel and her Continue reading

The Importance of Self-Worth

Written by Allison Hill

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Postpartum Depression

Having a baby is supposed to be an amazing experience, with a few tough times here and there.  Unfortunately, many new moms suffer with postpartum depression, or otherwise known as “baby blues”. Postpartum depression affects 8-12% of mothers. Postpartum depression is defined as “depression suffered by a mother following childbirth, typically arising from the combination of hormonal changes, psychological adjustment to motherhood, and fatigue.” Postpartum depression can get so bad to the point where the mother does not want her child, or even worse Continue reading