Lost in Translation

I am fond of saying that there really should be a reality television show about the day shelter for homeless men where I work, as it would be ratings gold.  In addition to stories of hope and heartbreak, there are some… Read More ›

Help Yourself

I love to read and have books that span the literary landscape, and it comes as no surprise that given my career as a social worker and my personal experiences with depression and anxiety that self-help books have a prominent… Read More ›

Blind Date

As I mentioned in my last “Irregardless” post, there are two demographics that I seem to appeal to-men who are homeless and men who are gay.  Both groups are near and dear to my heart, and while I never have… Read More ›


For reasons I no longer can recall, my college roommates and I once came up with a list of our favorite words.  There are certain words that I love to hear roll off the tongue, and those words would include,… Read More ›


As stated in the inaugural post for “Irregardless”, I have a high regard for the English language, and the written word truly fascinates me.  The use of the word ‘irregardless’ is tongue-in-cheek, but the stories shared here are true.  The… Read More ›