OK – we’re officially past Christmas and into the New Year! If you’re starting to feel like nothing but a very full, very strong pot of coffee will get you out of bed, join
The title of a recent Alaska Dispatch News article “Signs point to a cooler-than-normal Alaska winter, thanks to another La Nina” is enough to trigger a range of emotions in Alaskans. Whether you’re
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HOPE COUNSELING CENTER FUND RAISER May 15th at 7:00 At The Banks Alehouse, 1243 Old Steese Highway Come join us for a Paintnite of creative fun! For more information and tickets
I’m spending the morning waiting for my car in the repair shop. Four men in flannel (I missed the flannel memo) and I sit around smelling tires and inhaling exhaust fumes while an enchanting
Springtime in Alaska posts a sad statistic. The number of homicides, assaults and other forms of bad behavior is on the rise. Tragically, suicides also increase during the months of March and April.
This Blog is written by Rachael Bolton LPC. She is a talented and valued clinician at Hope Counseling Center. Her commentary offers a poignant reminder of the real impact of sexual assault and other
My wife started her Christmas shopping a month or so ago. I think my sister started last spring. For me, Christmas always seems to show up by surprise. Typically, I’ve focused on all