Patricia A. Patton

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We Can’t Afford To Wait For Change To Come

Guest Post from Ruth Curran of Cranium Crunches As the sun sets on some old behaviors, Ruth weighs in with an alternative and supportive position. Not too long ago a group of young people walked out... This is a content summary ....more

“The Other Talk”: Changing the Conversation about Postmenopause

After we reach age 50, are there still some things that mom knows best? Well, as you’ll see in this funny video “The Other Talk”, the answer is a resounding YES, especially when it comes to... This is a content summary ....more

In All Things The Freedom to be Spontaneous Is a Practice

This post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are my own ....more

To Increase Engagement Should You Just Pick One Platform

Guest Post by Ileane Smith of Basic Blog Tips Early on I learned the importance of being part of a blogging community. In addition to Blog Engage and the Website Babble forum, I’m also a member of... This is a content summary ....more

As a Grown Folk Mary J Blige Serves Up The London Sessions

I joined the hard-core Mary J Blige fan club in with the release of her sophomore album, 411, in 1992 and I have followed her career since them. She always delivers that special blend of fragility... This is a content summary ....more

Support Personal Health with A Timely Medical Enrollment Decision

This is to advise that although I received compensation for this post, the opinions contained within are my own. o ...more

The Idea of Parent and Child Roles Changing is Affirming

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Changing Roles Celebrated During National Caregiver’s Month

This short video brought tears to my eyes to see changing roles celebrated. As a young woman, I always wanted to be the one who took care of my mother in her time of need because of the love and... This is a content summary ....more

How Not To Lose Blog Content Like Me

I have lost 2 years of blog posts. ...more

Move Stuff Out of the Way: Walk Away From What Does Not Serve You

In order to be an effective leader you must know how to move stuff out of the way. ...more