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Turquoise pullout both sad and ironic

By Steve Hansen QCS Managing Editor Turquoise Health and Wellness’s pullout from New Mexico is sad and ironic. Turquoise, a subsidiary of Lifewell Behavioral Wellness, of Phoenix, Arizona, was one of five Arizona behavioral health firms who rushed in at the state’s invitation to fill in the gap left when funds were cut off to […]

Perceptions, stigmas are hard to shake

By Robert Arrowsmith CMI Publisher Yes, this is going to be another rant. I am not trying to appear condescending, but I realize it comes across that way sometimes. And like anything else, until you meet and get to know the person, you are basically living with your own perception. Quickly … Name the members […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Balance important to food, spirit

By Debra Whittington “Let your moderation be known unto all men”… Philippians 4:5 It is comfort food season. I am talking about things like green chili stew, beans and cornbread, chicken and dumplings. I could go on and on as even talking about them evokes a sense of comfort and wellbeing. It isn’t only the […]

New Year’s resolutions should be kept simple, reasonable

By Debra Whittington Religion Columnist “…I urge you to live a life worthy…” Ephesians 4:1 Who are you? What type of person do others perceive of you? How do you want to be remembered? Here it is at the end of another year and people are starting to make New Year’s resolutions. While it may […]