Nest Displacement

Nest Displacement

http://vantagehsi.com/services-offered-vantage-healthcare-services/index.php by | Nov 12, 2015 | Africa, children, civil war, displaced families, homes, Hungary, Lebanon, Lesbos, Marty Scorcese, migrants, movies, rape, refugees, Steven Spielberg, Sudan, Syria, Turkey Jordan, Ukraine, USA

   Beyond the loss of a loved one, there may be nothing more tragic than the loss of a family home.  Never before, have I read so many news headlines about people losing their homes to war and violence.  In many parts of the world, children are growing up in massive...

Election Dejection

http://karen-keogh.co.uk/portfolio/a-glimpse-of-tower-bridge/ by | Nov 7, 2014 | 1960s, American Dream, baby boomers, children, democacy, elections, freedom, industrialized nations, middle class, millennials, Obama, Republicans, statistics, U.S. rankings, unemployment, upward mobility, Wikipedia

     Growing up in the ‘60s, I believed being born American was like winning the world lottery.  Our country was the wealthiest, most powerful nation on earth! (Wasn’t it?) Other nations—particularly democratic ones—respected and envied our freedom, our prosperity,...

Not So Simple Summer

by | Jun 6, 2014 | " Frommer's Guides, "Keep the Change, assistant teachers, August, autism, Board of Education, California, camp, children, film, neurotypical, special education, summer, twins, vacation

     Summer is supposed to offer time to slow down and enjoy life’s simple pleasures, right?  Now that Arctic temperatures and relentless blizzards have given way –FINALLY—to sunshine and warmth, it’s a tremendous relief to shed all those layers of clothing and skip...

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