Navigating Romance in the age of #MeToo

Navigating Romance in the age of #MeToo

There have been some truly powerful social media movements over the last few years. From #YesAllWomen to #MeToo and now #TimesUp women are making their voices heard on issues we have talked about for decades. These are not new concepts. None of these are a surprise to...
Big Things, Small Things

Big Things, Small Things

I lost my voice last week. Literally. I had laryngitis for three days, and communicated using hand signals and facial expressions and with the assistance of a white board.  I must admit that I was fascinated by the change in group dynamics, caused by my...
One drop at a time…

One drop at a time…

Last night I watched the movie “Leap!.” It was a cute, animated film following two orphans searching for their dreams in Paris in the late 1800s. The characters individually were adorable. Felicie is a determined young girl, passionate and brave pursuing her dream of...

Wayward

“Children,” intoned my father, “should be seen and not heard.”  “You can’t talk unless I call on you,” sighed my exasperated teacher. “You’re just a lot to deal with,” explained my as-of-moments-before-ex boyfriend, in a voice that made it obvious he had a clear...
A List for Change

A List for Change

By Christine DiBlasio The buzz around town is the release of a “high risk sex offender”.  Here is the link: High Risk Sex Offender Released in Burlington,  if you would like to read more.  Surely you have seen this already as it has been all over...