My Guts Are Trustworthy

  Help Haven Guide: Tuesday Article - January 23rd, 2018 The overwhelming job of managing a household full of medical problems is rough. Days melt together, weeks merge and before you realize it another year has passed. I get frustrated every day seemingly when trying to coordinate all the medical appointment calls, follow-up lab reports,... Continue Reading →

Brace for Impact – Political Health

The new year has blown in with an unkind surge. Along with the trite old custom of "New Year Resolutions", the roll-over of a new Medical Policy renewal period has taken place. That's right people, brace for impact. Your outrageous and infuriating new year deductibles, copayments, coinsurance, prior authorizations requirements and newly unlisted 3rd Tier... Continue Reading →

When Seeking Help is a Crime- the Failure of Insurance Carriers

Wisdom, something we associate with age, experience, and depth of intuitiveness. A quality esteemed, but not always understood as it should be. Many are taught from youth that wisdom is a prize to be awarded as you gather and collect enough information applicable to life, to avoid bad situations, solve challenges and enjoy greater success.... Continue Reading →

The Art of Evaluation Stealth

When an opponent must face another who appears to be equally matched, what do they do? Or our military seeks the best entry point into an active enemy territory, what skill do they resort to? When a leopard goes on a hunt, what experience is in their DNA, to guide the best tactic? What all... Continue Reading →

Heathcare Relationships -When a Smile is Not Enough

Healthcare, two words that separately seem so easy to describe, define and interact with. Mention those words in your daily conversations and it seems most groan, either in pain, disgust or pure panic. What is this thing called "healthcare" today? I can tell you, as a disabled woman, there is little "care" in health currently.... Continue Reading →

Fluffy Paws offer Quick Fixes

I love dogs. Fluffy ones, scruffy ones, little ones, big ones and the ugly ones no one wants to admit are theirs, out at the dog park. I favor the larger breeds, Zane likes them smaller and John wants one that will mow you over when happy and constantly wants to cuddle, even if it... Continue Reading →

When Enforcement Goes Right

Being sick is no fun. If you're a kid it's boring too. My boys have missed years of summer camp fun and do not know what it is like to be invited to a friends birthday party. In fact, they have no childhood friends to speak of. Not because they are outcasts or too awkward... Continue Reading →

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