A BEAUTIFUL, Beautiful article that totally opened up my eyes. Becoming the Parent With the Child in the Wheelchair When your child is suddenly stricken with a devastating illness, you learn to navigate encounters with families who knew you before your lives changed.
A must read. This piece gives a great view into what spouses are going through during this time, and will help you avoid saying anything that might be taken the wrong way during such a delicate time.
Prompted with how their lives were before and after the Iraq war, soldiers respond with their brief stories of how their lives have been altered by what they experienced.
In an open letter to an anonymous friend suffering job loss, Megan Baldwin expresses her thoughts and feelings to offer sympathy and support.
Navigating a relationship with someone dealing with unemployment can be tricky. Here, some sage advice on how to approach the subject, and the things you can do that are productive for them during their search.
Writer Amy Baker found herself without a job, but through the gifts she received, she got back to work. Here, gestures you can offer to help a friend or family member in a similar situation.
The effectiveness of networking with friends, particularly with the younger generation of job searchers. Perhaps taking the time to connect your out-of-work loved one with people in your network is the best way to support their search.
The art of loaning and granting money to friends is tricky to navigate, and as this article presents, in order to maintain your close relationship, there are steps you need to take to make sure you both know what you’re getting and expecting out of the deal.
Decorum and etiquette surrounding talking about joblessness has been changing but is still important. How to broach the subject with tact and grace.
A beautiful essay from a gorgeous writer about having a child with autism.