Guest Column

April 21, 2020

As technology advances, as does the amount of accounts we have and the amount of time we spend on those accounts. The more time we spend on social media, the less time we spend with our families, friends and spouses. Social media platforms may have major impacts on the divorce process. If you ...

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Disasters make us want to talk. We talk to share information and compare notes, for the feeling of belonging, and to make sense of things. But what happens, as with the COVID-19 crisis, when everyone is dealing with the same bad event simultaneously, when we seek out listeners to hear our concerns, ...

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The $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill is providing a lifeline for small businesses in New Jersey and across the country in states that have been hit hard by the epidemic. The cornerstone of the legislation for business owners is a bold a $349 billion lending program for companies ...

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It shouldn’t take a health care crisis to find ways for health care leaders to show front line health care team members how important they are and how much you care, but it is an especially important time to be extra considerate and thoughtful. Be prepared to go above and beyond for your employees, ...

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If you’re a parent (or a grandparent, aunt or uncle, or godparent), chances are that what scares you most about the coronavirus is the impact the epidemic could have on the kids you love. With news of the virus’ widespread effects constantly unfolding, it’s easy to conjure up endless scenarios, ...

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On February 1, we gave a party for the generous Belmar Arts Center volunteers. These volunteers do many things — both large and small — that contribute to the work we do, and we wanted them to know how much they are appreciated. Volunteers help with directing exhibitions, hanging the shows, ...

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