Compassion Fatigue is Real and Here is How you Can Handle it

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“We have not been directly exposed to the trauma scene, but we hear the story told with such intensity, or we hear similar stories so often, or we have the gift and curse of extreme empathy and we suffer. We … Continued

Wear Blue this April for Child Abuse Prevention Month

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We will be holding our Annual Go Blue Campaign to help raise money and awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month this April. We are asking for help from our friends and community to “Go Blue” by having your workplace commit … Continued

Stress Less and Parent at Your Best

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Written by Jennifer Henderson Parenthood is no doubt one of the most rewarding opportunities a person can be given. The joy of observing a life evolve into its own creative, self-sufficient being is undeniably an amazing gift. It’s challenging, yet … Continued

One of the Scariest Days a Mom Can Ever Have

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You may or may not know that my oldest son, who will be 11 in 2 weeks, has life threatening peanut and tree nut allergies.  He was diagnosed at 12 months old. It is part of what makes him the … Continued

Life Doesn’t Have to Continue in One Way

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Originally posted by Kind Over Matter by TARALEE O’MALLEY-HURFF Life doesn’t have to continue in one way just because it is that way right now. You don’t have to accept what is if it is not what you want, not what … Continued

6 Ways Your Business Can Help CASA in South Jersey

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Is your business looking to give back to a local worthy cause? CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties is a non-profit organization of volunteer advocates who stand up on behalf of abused and neglected children. Over 1,400 abused and … Continued

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