“There are parties out there that will promise you that you can have your named changed. Just give them $1500 and you’re all set. It really doesn’t take all that.” Continue reading
The holidays are a time where we are supposed to be joyful and free spirits. We’re strolling along singing Christmas carols throughout the neighborhood. We’re baking cookies and sending neighbors, friends and family love through cards.
But have you thought about someone who may have recently lost a family member or friend? A spouse? Even a child? Well, they aren’t thinking about any of the things above. They are grieving the loss of their loved one. What do you do for someone in this predicament? Do you apologize? Do you sympathize with them? Continue reading
So, today is International Women’s Day all over the world. Usually, I’ll say something really nice and sappy for the day, but I’ll leave that up to you. Tag or comment about a woman (and she doesn’t have to be a business-person) that is great in your eyes. It could be your mother, sister, aunt, cousin, niece, neighbor. Well, you get it. Continue reading
My initial intention in attending the seminar was to gain some insight into what clients and families of the clients I served dealt with on a daily basis with the grief over the loss of a loved one. Not once … Continue reading