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An Open Letter to R.E.D.

Dear R.E.D, I have always wondered what you were thinking that night, in your apartment, when I went there for support after my car had hydroplaned in the rain, jumped the median and ended up landing head on into oncoming traffic.  Miraculously, all of the traffic...

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How I Readied Myself For Love

I think about love lot. I mean, it makes the world go ‘round, right? They say it even makes a person “glow.”  I think about how my life has changed as a result of my desire to manifest love in my life. I think about the things I have tried along the way and what...

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On Being a Strong Person

“You are a strong person,” has been the refrain. I have heard it my entire life, and a few years ago, it got a little old. It has been both spoken by family, and understood in the silence of well meaning friends. Yet, I never had a clue what it was supposed to mean....

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The Gift Inside of a Crisis

Crisis. Just hearing the word can cause our heart rate to increase. With our routines and efforts to maintain them, humans are, as a whole, crisis averse. Generally speaking, humans are all about the status quo. However, sometimes, crisis just “finds you” in what you...

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Are You the User or the Used?

It is not uncommon to hear people say that they were used in a relationship. I usually bite my tongue when I hear it, because I know that the speaker was getting something in return, or they would not have been in the relationship in the first place, much less for as...

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The Practice of Authentic Living

Authenticity is in these days. I often read inspiring posts and articles that encourage me to be my authentic self and I feel charged up and think “Right on!” However, a lot of people do not understand what authenticity is, or what it means to live an authentic life....

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My Father Went to Heaven Today

Written September 19, 2016 He was a handsome and charming man, my father...Tall and slender with wavy hair and a quiet, mischievous grin. He had a twinkle in his eye that seemed to say “I know more than you think I know, but you will never know just how much that is.”...

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Stress Was My Only Reference Point

I remember when I first learned about the concept of stress management. I met a guy who was a yoga teacher and a massage therapist. He was talking about how we all could benefit from having less stress in our lives and how yoga and massage were a great way to let it...

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