Lens on Leading: Notes from Antony

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Notes from Antony

Emotions and Their Role in Heart Health

February in New England. It feels like a time of change, and yet the seasonal shift still is weeks away. If you’re a football fan, you think Superbowl (Go Pats!); If you’re a baseball fan, you’re glad football is over, because now you start talking about the real...

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Duncan Meets Aspire Health Alliance

Duncan Meets Aspire Health Alliance

Duncan almost met Aspire Health Alliance at a branding meeting. The problem was that his name was not Duncan. It was Dunkin’. When Dunkin’ Donuts announced they were rebranding and dropping the word Donuts, for some reason my brain thought they were changing their brand to Duncan.

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Stories of Healing Art

Stories of Healing Art

Last summer I was taken by a piece of music I first heard on an Apple commercial for a new MacBook Pro. I investigated and discovered it was by a musician in Austin, Texas, named Daniel Johnston and was called “The Story of an Artist.” The critics didn’t necessarily like his music, but I certainly liked that particular piece.

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Blessed and Thankful

Blessed and Thankful

I have a terrific colleague who started a mother and baby behavioral health service. Julie is wicked smart. She trained as a nurse, earned a doctorate, and became a midwife and nurse practitioner. She’s so smart, so good, so committed to moms who have experienced behavioral health issues.

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Autumnal Adventures

Autumnal Adventures

Now that we live in New England, it’s especially important to get the verbiage right. Not leaf peeking. Leaf peeping. We won’t make that mistake again.

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Late to the Party, But on Time for Love

Late to the Party, But on Time for Love

A few months ago I started watching the television show “Glee.” I know, I’m late to the party like I am to so many parties. The series ended several years ago. What can I say? I’m too busy watching Manchester United, I suppose. And living with two daughters, I don’t always have control over the remote.

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Fireworks and Celebrations

Fireworks and Celebrations

Honestly, July was a busy month. I’m almost always up for road-tripping, though admittedly it was a bit of a challenge with two dogs, including a new puppy, when we drove to Memphis and back. For people who are used to living on an island across the pond, the wonders of this country never cease to amaze.

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Ellie’s First Camp

Ellie’s First Camp

We made a promise to Ellie and her best friend that they could go to camp together—in Memphis. Then we moved to Boston last year and reneged. This was the summer to pay up.

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I Need a Puppy

I Need a Puppy

We decided to get a new puppy. Some of you are gasping with horror and some with glee. We lost our faithful dog Bailey last year, and it was time.

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A Brief Additional Note

A Brief Additional Note

Another blossom has fallen. I woke this morning to the news of the death of Anthony Bourdain, celebrity chef, writer, and television personality.

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Our Mission

We are making emotional well-being essential to overall health and building a supportive community for all, through effective, integrated care that is tailored to the way you live.

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