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Judgment Free Zone?

Something I often hear from the young people I work with and people who find themselves running in  mental health circles is the existence of a judgment free zone. Being a woman in her...

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Does Your Humor Have an Edge?

What makes you laugh?  What brand of humor do you call your own?  Are you a punner, sarcastic, a lover of pratfall and slapstick?  Do you appreciate dark humor? Does bawdy, dirty humor crack...

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What Do You Practice?

Excruciatingly painful and slow is this process of growth and change at times and I stumble and fall and land flat on my face only inches from where I started.  That is how it...

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Would You Recognize Yourself?

Would you recognize yourself if someone told you their truth of you? If they were to tell you their honest and unvarnished appraisal of all that they see in you, could you bear to...

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I Want To Know

Lately I have had a thirst for feedback.  I have started a new job, published a book, written several posts here, and have made some serious changes in my lifestyle.  Oddly enough I have...

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Soothing One’s Spirit

In a life that rushes, hustles, demands and pushes how can we soothe our ruffled feathers and be kind and compassionate to ourselves? What measures can we take in soothing our spirit and calming...

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Our “Dinner of Truth”

Having young adult children is exciting.  Learning about how they view me as a parent from their perspective is even more exciting. My husband and I have four young people getting ready to move...

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Christmas Magic

The magic of Christmas has come and gone again but I cannot get a recent conversation about Santa Claus out of my mind.  So secure was I in the idea of him that I...

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Respect our Common Ground

How can I have a conversation with someone without it going sideways?  Is it possible to have a strongly different notion, understanding, or experience and still be able to see another side? It is...

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Take A Risk

Standing with my toes on the threshold of the door, poised to jump. I’m willing to risk change. I will take a risk and see where it leads  me. That is where I am...