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San Jacinto College
5800 Uvalde Rd.
Surrounded by monuments of history, industries and maritime enterprises of today, and the space age of tomorrow, San Jacinto College has been serving the citizens of East Harris County, Texas, for more than 50 years. As an Achieving the Dream Leader Colle...
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The Motherhood Center - Support
...Stacey Glaesmann leads the Journey Through Motherhood support group and is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) who received her Master's degree from the University of Houston-Clear Lake.She is currently in private practice in Pearland, specializing in perinatal mood disorders and is also an adjunct Professor of Psychology at San Jacinto College South.Stacey serves on the Yates Children Memorial Fund Committee Advisory Board at the Mental Health Association of Greater Houston and is the Texas Co-Coordinator for Postpartum Support International (PSI).
Stacey Glaesmann, a clinical Psychologist with her Masters degree from the University of Houston, has a private practice in Pearland and specializes in postpartum adjustment and mood disorders.For the past two years, Stacey co-facilitated a support group for new mothers experiencing postpartum depression problems at Woman,s Hospital of Texas.She volunteers as staff for the Postpartum Resource Center of Texas Hotline and as editor of their newsletter.Stacey also teaches General Psychology and Lifespan Development at San Jacinto College.
Stacey Glaesmann, a 42-year-old ...
Stacey Glaesmann, a 42-year-old Web site designer and freelance writer in Pearland, TX, became friends with a woman whom we'll call Karen about a dozen years ago when their now-teenage daughters attended the same preschool.
Around four years ago, Glaesmann's husband launched a successful business, while Karen, who is a teacher, divorced her husband.
"So around the same time, our income went up and hers went down," says Glaesmann.
wanted to spend time with her
friend, if they wanted to do something together that was out of Karen's budget, Glaesman would offer to pay.
"At the beginning, she
would insist on paying me back in installments, which would usually just taper off after a while," Glaesmann
At one point, Karen, who could not afford a mowing service, was receiving notices from her
homeowner's association because her
lawn was too high.
to pay for a service for a few months, and promised she
would pay it back, which she
did - at the beginning.
It took her
a while but she
ended up paying the other months back," says Glaesmann
But recently, Glaesmann
has begun feeling taken advantage of again, with the most recent example occurring when they wanted to go see a show.
Karen said, "You'll buy the tickets and I'll drive," says Glaesmann
thought, "What the hell am I - the bank?"
is discovering the hard way, it isn't easy being friends with someone of different means.