Tag Archives: depression

Next to (Ab)normal

I’ve had a rough time this week; not just the stress at work, the snow storm here in Omaha, a bit of illness and a young inexperienced driver smacking into the back of our car. It’s more than that. Part … Continue reading

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Parental pride–and a lesson in resilience by a brilliant scientist

When I answered my phone this past week, I found myself frequently saying, “Caplan’s Cabbies.” My partner being out of town leaves me ‘in the driver’s seat,’ literally and figuratively, regarding all of the extracurricular activities of my children. As … Continue reading

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Cold Turkey

Why did the turkeys cross the road? How on earth would I know? They aren’t exactly the most brilliant species alive… Turkeys of course are a reminder of fall, although they abound in this area all through the year. We … Continue reading

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