If you’re a foster kid – or even a foster parent – my tips for dealing with feelings of helplessness, shame, and loneliness will help you cope. It’s hard to be in foster care, even when your foster homes are supportive, your foster parents kind, and the system good to you.
These cautions and tips for changing your job when you’re over forty will help you decide what step to take first. Making a career-changing decision at 40… Read More »Making a Career Change at 40? 10 Things You Need to Know
Is dropping out of college the right decision for you? Here’s how I decided if I should stay in my two year MSW (Master of Social… Read More »How to Know if You Should Drop Out of College
If you’re asking “should I go to grad school?” and you’re considering a Master of Social Work (MSW) program, you’ll find my experience helpful. I… Read More »Why You Should Get a Master of Social Work (MSW)
We can’t have children, and I keep thinking about starting a support group for childless couples in Vancouver. I got the idea because I have… Read More »Support Group for Couples Who Can’t Have Children – Social Work Paper
These scenarios encourage students to think about and discuss ageism; they’re from our anti-oppression presentation for social work class (I’m a first-year MSW student at… Read More »12 Ageism Scenarios for Social Workers – Including Reverse Ageism