Rising Suicide Rates

After researching several websites on the 2021 statistics, it seems that Texas is right behind California with the second highest rate of suicide. So far this year between the two states there have been over 8,000 suicidal deaths. I am bringing this important topic up because our government needs to really visit the epicenter area… Continue reading Rising Suicide Rates

Adjunct Teaching Part 3

During the semester be sure to take attendance each class, know when midterm and final grades are due, and communicate with your students and their college advisors should you see any student start falling behind. Some colleges students have assigned mentors and the college may have specific notification form. Most importantly, do not share any… Continue reading Adjunct Teaching Part 3

Build A Bridge

Where there is no guidance, a people falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety - Proverbs 11:14. This pandemic is can causing our emotions to run high to where we might question whether we should we cry a river, build a bridge, or just get over it? We can sometimes get hurt… Continue reading Build A Bridge

The Roller Coaster of Grief

For his anger is but for a moment, and his favor is for a lifetime. Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes with the morning - Psalm 30:5. Because people are perishing, some may be very angry from losing their loved one during this pandemic. Let’s review: The Five Stages of Grief. via… Continue reading The Roller Coaster of Grief