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July 2024

The Tear Box

The Tear Box

Written by Sheila Startup, Author of The Tear Box It was 1976. I was a 10-year-old girl heading to her first day of school afterhaving moved from Illinois to Pennsylvania. I was experiencing what I now knowas my first panic attack. I was so anxious that day that I became sick and wassent home. Long […]
Mommy's House

Parenting Children of Divorce: The Highs and Lows

Written By Chloe Mason, Author of Mommy’s House Parenting is a complex and demanding task in any circumstance, but the challenges anddynamics shift dramatically when divorce enters the equation. While divorce can bring relieffrom a marital relationship that is no longer working, it often introduces a new set of hurdles inraising children. Despite the difficulties, […]

Fear Associated with Psychedelics

Getting beyond the fear of trying a psychedelic for the first time If you’re new to psilocybin, it’s understandable to have some apprehension about having a challenging experience Written By Jennifer Chesak, Author of The Psilocybin Handbook for Women I’m coming up on my two-year anniversary of when I first tried psychedelics, specifically psilocybin. The […]

Rising Temps & Rising Crime

Written By Kathryn Marsh, Prosecutor’s POV Summertime is here, and many of us look forward to longer days, time with friends andvacations. However, as the temperatures rise over the summer months so do the crimerates. A 2014 report from the Department of Justice (DOJ) found sexual assaults, intimate partnerviolence, homicides and other violent crimes, generally […]