Are CEOs just like Addicts?

I read an interesting article the other day about Chief Executive Officers (CEO’s) and addicts.  In the article, “neuroscientist David J. Linden from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine argues successful CEOs have more in common with addicts than most people think. In the process, he shines some light on … Read More

Expectations in Fantasy Baseball

Expectations in Fantasy Baseball   Baseball season is underway. This is the first year I have participated in a Fantasy Baseball League and I have learned a lot from being an active participant in watching players from various teams compete for my team.  Unfortunately, in these first few weeks, my … Read More

Genderization and Challenging Cultural Assumptions

We can all think back to the time we were growing up and remember learning distinct roles from our parents. Whether you had an intact family of a mother and father, single parent, parents of the same gender, or even growing up with foster parents; we all learned about what … Read More

Recovery from an Affair: Forgiveness

Forgiveness is a process. A lot of people believe that forgiveness is accomplice in the “snap of the fingers”. I hear people say, “forgive and forget” all of the time.  However, forgiveness can take hours, days, weeks, months, or even years.  According to Life Innovations, “Forgiveness is the decision or … Read More

Does someone I know have a gaming problem?

In 2007, statistics from a Stanford University, Harris Poll  and reported on youths addicted to video games. The poll showed 8.5% of youths (between the ages of 8 – 18) in the US could be classified as video game addicts. While another 23% of youths would say that they are addicted … Read More

Kids Talking Back?

I read an interesting article the other day and the question was posed: “Should Kids be encouraged to talk back to their parents?”  I thought to myself “no!” but then as I thought more about this simple question, I needed to think through my answer and give a more appropriate … Read More

Thanksgiving: For the Single Person

Imagine a large dining room table full of food, family, and maybe an animal or two trying to locate the best time to attack the turkey that is sitting way too close to the edge. One would think that this scenario is what most people will experience this Thanksgiving. However; … Read More


FPS & MMOG’s (If you know what this title means, you will benefit from reading…) Since we are officially in the Summer season, I think it is important to look at how routines change for the students of Atlanta. With the slowing economic tide that we are facing, many employers … Read More

Back to School: Career Transition College Edition

So, you have decided to go back to college after __ years of working or being a stay-at-home mom/dad. I know that this was a difficult choice for you and your family. No longer are you the one dropping your kids off at school, but you are trying to not … Read More