Parental Discrimination in the Workplace

Parental Discrimination in the Workplace             Growing up, my father was the main source of income for my family while my mother remained a stay-at-home mother. She was around for everything for me and my siblings: she was available if we were ever sick and needed to be picked up from school, brought homemade cookies…

When “Me, Too” Becomes “Us, Too”

  If you have been on social media at all these last couple of weeks, you may seen the posts that say “Me, Too” (and, if you haven’t, you’re probably a hermit). The posts either say just that, or they may be accompanied by somebody’s testimony or words of encouragement for others. I’ve been noticing…

The ABCs to a Happy 2017

  Critics of those that want a clean slate with the new year will say, “You can basically ‘start fresh’ on any day of the year,” and that’s true. But there’s something magical when we all count down every New Years Eve. It’s a reminder that life goes on, that we will never run out…