Regina Pickett Garson is a writer, editor and online publisher. A Behavioral Scientist by training, her publishing credits have ranged from the hard, to the social and behavioral sciences, and causes, to the pure creative. She has worked as a writer/technical area specialist for the Ares First Stage Team at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). She also has two online columns; one is locally focused on Huntsville, Alabama....Read more....
As folks who know me are well aware, it is no secret I am Southern. I love the South. It is my home and I am proud of it. I do know we have certain attitudes though, and we are not without blemish. This blog post was a long time coming. It had its genesis in a Southern Sociology class I audited years ago, something about our local gossip and skeletons in the closet of the South. Read: Gossip, the divided South and closets full of skeletons with missing keys
Magic Stream is a multi-faceted literary e-zine, mental health, self-help and wellness resource. The primary focus is on personal growth and the universal in human emotion. With a mind/body focus, emotional fitness is approached in much the same way as physical fitness and very frequently in a like manner, since the two are so inextricably related.
Among the earliest online self-help resources, I started Magic Stream in 1994. All considered, I was pretty slow bringing the site onto Facebook, but a Magic Stream Community Page is the most recent Magic Stream upgrade. Check it out.
This was the last video the Ares Video Outreach Group (of which I was a part) produced before we were dispersed, along with the other Ares RIFs. This was very much a team effort. As with the previous Ares Quarterly Video Updates, my part was collecting and verifying the technical details and information for the Ares First Stage footage. More Ares videos....
Examiner.com is in the middle of a major site upgrade, and some of my columns may be down for a while in the transistion. The site, links and articles should all be back up and in order in just a few more days. In the meantime though, I cover Exploring Huntsville, a what's going on in the neighborhood kind of thing. I also do another column that focuses on issues of race and ethnicity.
Recently, I spoke on "Writing a Research Paper" to one of the English Classes at Virginia College. I taught there for right at five years, so it was a lot of fun to go back and visit. Here are copies of my presentation and the handout: