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The Value of Mind Games by: Tara Teeling

Years ago, a teacher I had told the class about a very interesting study in which 5 elderly patients at a senior’s facility were taken on a picnic.  Each of these individuals had been experiencing some level of decline in their cognitive functioning, primarily with respect to memory.  Often thought to be the inevitable eventuality

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You May Say I’m a Dreamer, But I’m Not the Only One by: Tara Teeling

I have always been a wonderment junkie.  I love when something happens that I cannot explain, but has some sort of magical meaning to me.  Whenever I’m brave enough to reveal this about myself to others, I’m always amazed at how many will nod in a conspiratorial way and lean in, saying, “I know, I

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Going for Gold – By Tara Teeling

Published on August 22, 2016 by in Articles

With the Summer Olympics in full swing, there is a lot of excited anticipation over our nation’s athletes and their expected performance, a lot of hope that they will medal, and by extension, make us all winners.  You watch them compete and are awed by the gracefulness of the gymnast, the robust stride of the

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High-Flying Balancing Act by Tara Teeling

Published on June 10, 2016 by in Articles

Throughout my professional career, my varied list of responsibilities has included monitoring other people’s timetables.  It became routine to make sure that individuals arrived and/or left when they were scheduled to, as well as monitoring their breaks, keeping my eyes focused on productivity, and I’m here to tell you that it can be stressful. One

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Get on the Dance Floor by Tara Teeling

Published on May 11, 2016 by in Articles

We can all agree that job hunting is hard.  Not the act itself; looking for postings and sending out résumés is fairly easy to do as the internet provides us with countless resources in finding employment.  Most of us know which job sites are the most user-friendly and which format of résumé is the more

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Chemistry Class by Tara Teeling

Published on March 29, 2016 by in Articles

You thought it was meant to be.  You believed you were perfect for each other; you gave it everything you had, knew you had all the tools to make it work.  You brought your best self forward and now you’re heartbroken, you’re devastated, you’re angry.  After all the time and effort you’ve invested, you’re unemployed.

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Accounting programs add up to a successful career

Published on January 19, 2016 by in Articles

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A Soldier’s Story of Transition

Published on September 1, 2015 by in Articles

       

 
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You Have a Theory, You Say? by: Tara Teeling

Published on July 31, 2015 by in Articles

Recently, I was given an excerpt from an article on the “4 S’s of Transition Theory” as discussed by Goodman, Schlossberg and Anderson.  This excerpt was centred on the 4 S’s model which is designed to help adults in transition.  Specifically, the 4 S’s are as follows:  Self                        Situation                    Support                     Strategies I read through the

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