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Healing from Opioid Addiction

by Ann Chiappetta If the opioid epidemic seems like something to ignore, you might reconsider it as the one of the largest issues our culture faces. Opioid use …

One with Willows

by Ann Chiappetta The first book of poetry by Joan Myles, published independently in March 2019, contains forty-eight poems rooted in the author’s own …

Air Travel Guide Dog Style

by Ann Chiappetta One of the most gratifying pastimes I’ve continued to enjoy since becoming a guide dog handler is the increased freedom while traveling. …

Beginning Again in 2021

by Ann Chiappetta After eight years of being a full-time trauma counselor for the Veteran’s Administration, I was dismissed from the position in 2019. I …

A Path of Discovery

by Ann Chiappetta Traveling can be a great way to increase one’s independence. It keeps us active, socially engaged, and will challenge and correct some of …

Cheetah

by Ann Chiappetta Years ago, before I lost most of my vision, our family often visited our favorite nearby zoo. I recall one time in particular, the …

Acts of Kindness Can Make You Happier

by Ann Chiappetta I am a believer in performing random acts of kindness, because when you do good, you feel good. Now social psychologists are proving it. …

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