By Jill Parshley-Cardillo My first love was my Teddy Bear. He was black and white and furry all over. I took him with me everywhere. I lost him in Jackson Heights, NY while accompanying my mom as she helped one of our relatives move. That was my first funeral; burying Teddy without his actual corpse. […]Continue reading "LOVE love"
Hi my name is Jill Parshley-Cardillo. I was born and raised in Astoria, Queens in New York City. I am proud to say my sister, Kim Parshley, is the founder of: https://www.chooseafamily.com. She is the strawberry blonde actress with a bright smile, deep dimples and warm heart in the Choose A Family commercial, which you can […]Continue reading "In Between Brooklyn & Queens: A New Way to See Valentine’s Day"
Family is a concept generally associated with a group of people who are affiliated in some manner, in both physical and metaphorical manifestations. Traditionally, we view family as pertaining to our immediate biological bonds, the parents who raised us, the siblings who both loved and tormented us in equal amounts. We extend family to include […]Continue reading "Examining Family Roles In Society"
By Dr. Nero Cavaliere It was Kierkegaard , the Danish philosopher, who said “Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards”. Thinking about our past is helpful in assisting us in making the right decisions today , but we must keep in mind that every moment of the present slips into […]Continue reading "Together We Are One"
By Dr. Nero Cavalieri It is a well established fact that our mental status affects our body in many ways. For example, stress, in particular, chronic stress, can lead to a weakening and even breakdown of the immune system which then makes us susceptible to all sorts of diseases including heart attacks […]Continue reading "You Don’t Have To Be Lonely"
Written by T.B. Knight Loneliness is a universal emotion that affects just about everyone some time in their life. As social beings, we have an innate need to be with others of our species, especially those who are culturally closest to us. The strength of the need depends, to some degree, on our personality. […]Continue reading "Loneliness"