Scary Can Be Good

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“If one more person says to me, ‘I don’t understand how you can commute to the city when you have kids,’ I’m going to lose my mind,” my friend Hope said a few weeks ago. “I’m not the only person who commutes from my town.” She is, however, one of just a few moms from […]

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What I’ve Learned From Horrible Bosses

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“It wasn’t funny … because it was too real.” A few years ago, my coworker Chris had gone to see the movie Horrible Bosses, and despite the fact that it contained several hilarious moments, he couldn’t enjoy it, because it hit just a little too close to home. Still, I failed to heed my friend’s […]

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Inspiration Is Everywhere

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“Tell me something good,” I said to my husband. I was grieving the loss of my older brother, who passed away earlier this year after a two-year battle with cancer, and I needed to hear something positive. And so Dan, who lost his mother to cancer seven years ago, indulged me by talking about the […]

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A Window Into The Patient’s World

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

The timing couldn’t have been better. I had spent the evening coercing my toddlers to eat dinner, wrestling them into — and then out of — the bath, and refereeing fights, all while listening to the same episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse over and over again. I felt defeated. So instead of jumping right into […]

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The Game Isn’t Played On Paper

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“What? That’s crazy. He didn’t show up at all? That was NFL analyst Steve Young’s reaction when he learned that Geno Smith, the QB of the New York Jets, had missed a mandatory meeting the night before a game — because he was at the movies. With his team on the West coast, Smith, in […]

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