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What is a DNP?

Kay Moua, DNP, ARNP explains the role of Advanced Practice Nurses holding a doctoral degree and how it differs from an Advanced Practice Nurse. Read more about What is a DNP?

Blended families: It’s a complicated deal

Dr. Paul
Family of five on front porch.

The new American family is a blend of mind, yours and ours—brought by a significant divorce rate and a high remarriage rate. Dr. Paul shares practical advice for the can be stormy waters of a blended family. Read more about Blended families: It’s a complicated deal

Accepting ourselves with compassion

Dr. Paul
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Last week I took an early morning stroll. Spring is in the air—the cherry and apple trees are starting to blossom and the birds have returned, singing their spring song. The new season is upon us and everything is waking up. Read more about Accepting ourselves with compassion

Finding joy

Dr. Paul
Woman laying in grass daydreaming.

I recently read an inspirational book about joy by the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It was based on a week-long visit between these two religious figures. Their dialogue stimulated my own thinking about this topic. Here are some of the highlights of the book—well worth considering in our everyday lives. Read more about Finding joy


What is an ARNP?

An Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) is one type of advanced practice nurse. There are four different types of advanced practice nurses: Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse Midwives, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, and Clinical Nurse Specialists.

Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are Registered Nurses who completed additional education and training; a Master’s degree or Doctorate degree in nursing. Their degree can be broad such as Family, or more specific such as Pediatric/Neonatal, Adult-Gerontology, Women’s Health, or Psychiatric. Read more about What is an ARNP?

Life: It's all about love

Dr. Paul

On March 8th, I celebrated my Mother’s birthday, even though she passed away three years ago at the age of 91. Her birthday had become an important part of my life. Read more about Life: It's all about love



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