Dr. Elaine Ducharme

Dr. Ducharme’s Blog August 12, 2019 Step-Parenting

As a result of a skyrocketing divorce rate and many individuals delaying marriage well into their thirties, step parenting is becoming increasingly common. 50% of first marriages fail. The number is even higher in second marriages. Initially, a new marriage may seem very romantic; “I love you and...
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Spotlite: ECAD (Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities)

Dale Picard from ECAD (Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities) discussed ECAD’s mission of providing highly skilled Service Dogs to increase mobility and independence for people living with disabilities manifests itself in a variety of programs and services. Each dog designed and taught to...
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Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch 8am-noon

Welcome to the Companions and Homemakers Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch! This weekend in CT, whether you're into wine, art, beer or sunflowers, you'll find a festival to suit your interest. After a Saturday of exploring the uniqueness of CT, we invite you to spend a relaxing Sunday morning with...
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One Million Free Snickers If Halloween Gets Moved

The candy companies must be anticipating a lot more of their products will be sold if Halloween were always on Saturday. A petition has been circulating urging congress to move Halloween permanently to the last Saturday of October, regardless of what day of the week the 31st lands on. The petition...
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PillowTalk:"She's The Only Woman I've Ever Loved"

Michael met Jean in 1976. He was 15 years old. She was 13. Jean and Marianne were best friends. Marianne's boyfriend was Frank. Frank is Michael's brother. Best friends Jean and Marianne had just returned home from a great day of fun at the beach. Marianne came home to her boyfriend Frank's house...
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Yankees Have Unusual Location On The 2020 Schedule

Baseball fans will appreciate the location of one of the New York Yankees games next year. While they've played in London , Mexico City , Japan and even the home of the Little League World Series , Williamsport, Pennsylvania , in 2020 the Bronx Bombers are set to take on the Chicago White Sox in...
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PillowTalk: Given Up On Love?

Have you hit a rough patch when it comes to love relationships? Have you cashed in your last chip for taking a chance on romance? If you've all but given up, this real life PillowTalk love story offers hope. It proves that you can never give up on finding love. Bruce from Westfield was married to...
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Purple Heart Day

August 7th is National Purple Heart Day , commemorating the day in 1782 in Newburgh, New York when General George Washington created the Badge for Military Merit , now known as the Purple Heart . Over the last century, an estimated 1.9 million Purple Hearts have been awarded to men and women...
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Use Your Vacation Days!

Millions of people don't use their vacation days. These are days where you get paid NOT to work. There are a variety of reasons people give for not using vacation time, but if you want to do yourself a favor, take some time. You'll feel better, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Workers who...
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Tell Me Something Good About Connecticut August 6th 2019

Have you heard about the latest trend in fun things to do? It’s catching on here in Connecticut, and now it’s a business opportunity for you as well. The newest thing is axe throwing, and there are now four axe-throwing places open – in Newington, Hartford, Wallingford and Wethersfield. And, it’s...
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