communication gap between generations
Everyone has different communication styles as it is, dependent on their location, culture, etc., but they also have generational differences. The issue is not only that everyone has grown up with different terms and communication styles, but there is also a difference in interpretations. This could lead to various conflicts […]

Communication Gap Between Generations


This approval of expanded postpartum care on Medicaid will undoubtedly improve the lives of many new parents. 
There has been a lot of talk throughout the past few weeks regarding the recent American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, which is set to provide funding and provisions to benefit industries, businesses, and individuals affected by the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Though most of the discussion has circled around topics […]

Expanded Postpartum Care on Medicaid Approved


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Extra Help Program Medicare provides a financial assistance program called Extra Help that is for lower-income individuals that need help covering a Part D prescription drug coverage plan. Before applying for a Part D program, you must also join Part A and Part B of Medicare. Once you have both […]

Extra Help Medicare Program



Marriage and Family Therapy
The Ultimate Collective Everyone has their own idea of what a family is.  Some assert that families are tight-knit groups of blood relatives while others favor found families of friends.  There are sprawling families, sparse families, families that function as refuges, and families that feel lonely even when they’re together.  […]

Will Medicaid Pay for My Marriage and Family Therapy?


job hunting
We are getting to a point where most, if not all, businesses are opening up at full capacity. That means there are more opportunities to get hired. If it has been a while since your last job search, or you are just starting out, here are a few tips for […]

Tips for Job Hunting


It’s March. Blooms have broken ground.  The country is thawing.  Vaccinations rest on the horizon line.  For many, it feels like we’re flipping a page in our history, and with luck, we’re turning to a gentler chapter after quarantine. A lot of people are wondering how to put last year […]

Five Tips for Leaving Quarantine BETTER



Receive affordable therapy with the sliding scale payment system.
In today’s increasingly distressing world, more people than ever before are seeking professional mental health diagnosis and treatment.  However, with insured and uninsured patients alike having to pay upwards of $100 per session (maybe MORE), many who desperately need the help decide to go without.  The worst part?  This tragedy […]

How to Get Therapy FOR LESS: The Sliding Scale


building credit
Credit is kind of a tricky subject. If you want to buy a house or take out a loan, you need to have a good credit score. But you cannot have a good credit score if you have no credit history. And to build credit you need to be approved […]

Building Credit


retirement planning
Retirement Planning You may believe that retirement is such a far-off event, so there is no need to worry. While the first part may be true, planning and saving for retirement needs to start now. An average American aged 40-60 has less than $100,000 saved for their retirement income, which […]

Retirement Planning



group health insurance
Group and Individual Health Insurance With the drastic increase in health care costs, not having health insurance seems to be a non-option. In the past, there was a large dependence on receiving health insurance through your employer. The employer would take care of most of the process. They would do […]

Group and Individual Health Insurance