I Think You’re Me

I Think You’re Me

A while back in a post entitled, “I Think I’m Me,” I discussed ways in which we are hurt by our family’s inability to see us and give us what we feel we need. If we can get past the unskillful delivery of what they did provide, however, we can...

What’s My Story?

I get some news from a family member. There’s a potentially bad outcome developing in a situation we were waiting to hear about. It hasn’t happened, but it looks like it might be headed in the wrong direction. I feel my energy shift, my breathing quickens,...
When Heaven Freezes Over

When Heaven Freezes Over

I don’t know about you, but I sure do enjoy the annual complaints about Christmas being “under attack.” Somehow the institution of Christianity is jeopardized by allowing other seasonal celebrations to ride its coattails, creating the dreaded all...
Bullies

Bullies

I’ve been observing themes like this for years. My marketing department always suggests I share them with the public. See what you think… One of the themes showing up with several clients this week is the specter of “old stuff” popping up...

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