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Fake It ‘Till You Make It

Submitted by John Neupert If you happened to see my November John’s Corner you know that if you’re a sports fan at all one of the ways to keep your mind off the pain of losing your relationship is to join the Badger/Packer Bandwagon as it looked like it was rolling along. Little did I… Continue Reading

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Madison Community Hymn Sing

Submitted by Randy Winkelmen Just like most of you, I too attended the divorce separated group meetings held at Bethel Lutheran Church. I began attending meetings back in April 2009, seems so very long ago. Many things changed in my life that year and I remember dreading lots of different things and mostly the thought… Continue Reading

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Wisconsin Public TV

Wisconsin Public Television is a member supported station located in Vilas Communications Hall on the UW-Madison campus.  More than 1.3 million viewers annually tune in to watch exciting and inspirational programs profiling arts and culture, science and nature, history and current events, and documentaries. Some of our most respected programs include Nature, Nova, Antiques Roadshow,… Continue Reading

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Your Reason for the Season

The month of holidays is upon us; Hanukkah, Kwanza and Christmas; each with its own special meaning and unique traditions. The holidays mean such different things for different people. For those who celebrate Hanukkah it’s meaning is to celebrate the dedication and triumphs of a people who struggled to freely practice their religion. For those… Continue Reading

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Life is Difficult

by John Neupert, LCSW Recently I had a very sad moment when I got in touch with a close friend who lives out of state. When I called I said to her, “considering what has been going on how are you doing?” I should have known better as she replied ‘‘I am not doing so… Continue Reading

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Something more beautiful for being broken

Something More Beautiful For Being Broken by Margaret Lambert, LCSW Kintsukuroi: Japanese for “to repair with gold” with the understanding that the piece is more beautiful for being broken. This technique is a metaphor for resilience. It speaks to breakage and repair becoming part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise.… Continue Reading

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