Why I Write

It is an honor to be here today addressing you as distinguished NIABA Board members, members of the Columbus Law School community and fellow honored guests all gathered here to celebrate our Italian-American heritage and historic bar association on this fine autumn morning.  As a writer blessed to have my […]

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Novel Writers are Actors Playing Every Role in a Story

I have always considered the novel-writing process a mysterious and unnatural enterprise being only one person with one set of feelings and experience to draw from. Actors, at least, are only required to dive into the feelings and experiences of one character at a time generally speaking while the novel […]

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HEALING THE HUMAN BRAIN

Scott Warrick, JD, MLHR, CEQC, SHRM-SCP Scott Warrick Human Resource Consulting & Employment Law Services (614) 738-8317    ♣    scott@scottwarrick.comWWW.SCOTTWARRICK.COMLink Up With Scott On LinkedIn Scott’s was diagnosed with PTSD.  His son was born with Asperger’s Autism. Traditional psychiatric care was not helpful, even though they sought the best care the […]

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PANDEMIC DRIVES DECLINE IN TEEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE

The percentage of teens using illicit substances dropped significantly in 2021 as the pandemic forced them into isolating from friends, classrooms and extracurricular activities. Alcohol, marijuana and nicotine vaping – the most commonly used substances by teens all showed declines from 2020.These findings were reported by a Monitoring the Future […]

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Moving Forward: Adapting to Sight and Hearing Loss Moment by Moment

Hi! I’m Amy Bovaird—a Christian, former ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher, Author, Speaker, Educator and Mentor. I work as a cashier at a local grocery store, which I love.  Active in my community, I lead an ongoing pill bottle donation drive, liaise with several organizations and support fellow […]

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Character Development

Today’s blog is about character development. This is one of my favorite topics. Some people can pick up an instrument, and in 30 minutes, they can play it. Others learn a new language as easy as I learn a new card game. Some authors’ strength is developing a great story […]

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