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Handle with Care: Empathy at Work

Dec 23, 2019

And at the end of the day it felt like these are the people I spent 50 hours a week with. I was in the office seven something every morning always wanting to do my best for the people I worked with. And at the end of the day I left and only heard from one person ever again. And these were my friends for years. The...

Dec 9, 2019

Is it, really, the most wonderful time of the year?  With all the holiday greetings and everybody, telling you to be of good cheer?  Maybe not.  Maybe its not the most wonderful time of the year.  And that is why today is a special holiday edition of the Handle with Care podcast.




Cookies bake.  Fires crackle. ...

Nov 25, 2019

- Julie McCorkle

I didn't allow myself to be as vulnerable as I probably would today because there are a lot of great people out there that do truly care even if they don't understand or don't know what you need. I think I would have voiced that a lot sooner.




Today, I welcome Julie McCorkle.  Julie is the head...

Nov 10, 2019

Jennifer Magley

I was I was grieving the loss of of this person of this role in my life and really just more of grieving the life that I thought I was going to have and that that was actually which may be not a great sign but that was actually more painful than even just becoming a single mother it was. Oh my gosh this...

Oct 27, 2019

How do you support families living under the shadow of a long-term illness?  Parkinson’s disease is relentless and degenerative.  There is no cure.  Jason Berns remembers his dad, Don.  Don was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of 33; Jason was just 8 years old. Jason reflects on the challenges of living in the...