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Volunteering with an Association is Worth It

Volunteering with an Association is Worth It

A few years ago, I accepted a volunteer position with my massage therapy Association in New Brunswick. I remember how I felt when I learned of my nomination for a Regional Director position. I remember feeling like it was a leap; that I didn’t have experience working with a Board (or even a Committee for that matter), and that someone else would make a better candidate. Looking back on it now, I’m glad that I didn’t let the opportunity slip through my fingers.

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If My Table Could Talk

If My Table Could Talk

I remember it was the fall of 2007, when we started working together. You were so excited to start your new venture. Your new career. Something you had been working towards for years. You were presented with an opportunity. You thought you knew everything. There was so much you didn’t know.

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What is second impact syndrome?

What is second impact syndrome?

With increased awareness in the field of concussion and brain injuries, you may have heard of the term “second impact syndrome” (SIS). If you are not familiar with the term, events surrounding SIS have shaped much of the way information about concussion prevention and awareness is now presented where I live in Ontario, Canada.

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Important Considerations for Frozen Shoulder

Important Considerations for Frozen Shoulder

Early in my career I had a lady with a diagnosis of frozen shoulder come into my office. She had seen many other practitioners, without resolve, and was seeing me as a last resort. After one treatment her symptoms went away and did not return. I thought at the time that I was the frozen shoulder guru. I was going to help all of the frozen shoulders on planet earth (that was naive). It turns out that helping someone with frozen shoulder is about as difficult as finding an Elsa doll the day before Christmas.

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The Important Steps in a Good Apology

The Important Steps in a Good Apology

If you’re someone that dreads having to apologize, this blog is for you. Apologizing can already feel vulnerable and daunting, and if it’s handled poorly it can strain connection even more. Ideally, your apology will hold components that encourage validation, safety, understanding, mutual respect, and a path forward. Any human relationship is only as strong as the ability to repair from hurt feelings.

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Consistency is Key

Consistency is Key

Consistency can be represented by your daily routine, the things you do that make you feel as if you’re succeeding, satisfied, and stable in your life. Consistency for me, as with many others, is one of the most important factors in achieving set goals.

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