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Rose M. Garland

Rose M. Garland

Rose M. Garland, a successful graduate from the school of hard knocks, in the US foster care system, writes a daily blog to faithful readers about emotional self-help. As an editor, Rose catches those little slips that writers often make, so readers don’t have to!


Book Review: Bake Deliciously! Gluten & Dairy Free Cookbook by Jean...

This is an extremely accessible cookbook for those looking to eat Gluten and Dairy Free.

Pulling Yourself Up By Your Bootstraps is a Myth

There are many hard working people that never seem to get anywhere, but it's not from lack of trying.

Study Pinpoints Genetic Link for Bipolar Disorder and Depression

For those dealing with Depression or Bipolar Disorder, research by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) reports the possibility of a common gene that may point to genetic risk factors.

Experience of Repressed Memories

Our unconscious is amazing. Skeptical? Yes, I was definitely skeptical about repressed memories when I first heard of them. I based this on what I knew at the time.

DIY Gluten-Free Cereal Company

New start-up, Custom Choice Cereal is a DIY option for wheat-free eaters!

Top 5 Staples for the Gluten-Free/Wheat-Free Diet

Every kitchen needs staples, but if you're recently introduced to the gluten-free or wheat-free diet, what staples do you need? Consider these suggestions.

Top 5 Gluten-Free/Wheat-Free Foods

There are some lousy gluten-free/wheat-free foods out there, but there are some great ones too. This is a list of 5 fantastic gluten-free foods.

Book Review: The Emerging Mind, co-written by Karen Nesbitt Shanor, PH.D.

The Emerging Mind although not light reading, is fascinating. Authors such as Deepak Chopra, Frank Putnam, Jayne Gackenbach, and Karl Pribram contribute to this interesting compilation on the meaning of consciousness.

Writing With Your Head, Writing From Your Heart

Journalists, contributors, bloggers, and writers of all kinds have a dilemma. Do I write from my head or my heart?

Book Review: Midwives by Chris Bohjalian

Midwives is an interesting fictional book about an accidental death during a home birth.
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Learn Time Management With Facebook Games?

Facebook games teach time management by giving virtual repercussions.

The Gluten-free / Wheat-free Diet – Are You Out of Your...

I can't eat bread anymore? Doctor, are you out of your mind?

Police Quotas: Crime Doesn’t Pay – Does it?

Law enforcement is necessary. And Police men and women are usually really good people, who chose this job out of a desire to help make this world a better place.

Book Review: Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood

Fans of Jane Austen will enjoy this story of a notorious murderess Grace Marks. It is fiction based on a true story of earlier centuries, when America was just beginning and psychiatry had not quite been introduced.

Book Review: The Red Tent by Anita Diamant

The Red Tent by Anita Diamant is a unique story based on the Book of Genesis from the Old Testament of the Bible from a woman's perspective.

Child Fatality Rates From Abuse/Neglect Increasing

NCANDS reports an estimated 1,760 child fatalities resulting from abuse or neglect.

Book Review: The Gods Trilogy, Terry Pratchett

If you like Kurt Vonnegut or the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, or are a fan of Monty Python, then chances are you will like Terry Pratchett.

Uncle Sam’s Children: Should Foster Children Stay With Their Birth Families?

The statistics for children raised in foster care are staggering, and believe it or not, I believe they've improved significantly through the years.

Validation: The Short Film, The Large Need

'Validation' Winner of the Best Narrative Short, Cleveland Int'l Film Festival, the Gen Art Chicago Film Festival, and many others is a short film with a great message. The simple story is about a man on a quest to make others smile.

Book Review: The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron is a book that anyone searching for a more creative life can find merit in. It is both a poetic, insightful look into the psyche of an artist's soul, and a workbook for those seeking to bring more artistry into