Let It Hurt – 2020 Version

I originally posted my first version of Let It Hurt in August, 2017 following the tragic events that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia. The next version is from November of 2018 following the mass shooting in Pittsburgh. As I look back over the last 3 years, I shudder at the astounding number of violent and tragic […]

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Feeling Our Way Through

This post is originally from May 13, 2020. Thanks for reading! These perplexing times are full of confusion and paradox. I know that one part of me desperately wants to find ways to help those who have lost loved ones, those who have trouble putting food on the table and those who cannot pay their […]

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COVID – 19: Beyond Handwashing

Navigating Uncertainty and Fear This post was originally published March 15, 2020, and I believe we can use a bit of a refresher after 3 months of living with Coronavirus. Thanks for reading! The Coronavirus continues to dominate headlines all over the world. Most, if not all of us, know the basic protocol regarding handwashing, […]

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COVID 19- BEYOND HAND WASHING: Navigating Uncertainty and Fear

The Coronavirus continues to dominate headlines all over the world. Most, if not all of us, know the basic protocol regarding handwashing, coughing and sneezing, disinfecting surfaces, eliminating handshaking, etc. See www. CDC.GOV for up to the minute complete information. Yes, we need to be informed and knowledge is power… BUT it is also critical to realize […]

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The Party and the Piriformis

Comfort and Joy – or a Big Pain in the ______?? As we welcome the New Year, it may be helpful to reflect upon the 2019 holidays.  Did you find yourself striving to live up to unrealistic expectations for yourself and others?  If you experienced a return of, or increase in physical and/or emotional discomfort, you may […]

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The Gift of Pain

2019 Version Flashback to Thanksgiving, 2011:   One year after back surgery I was visiting Southern California and went to Santa Monica Pier.  The sun, the sand, the water – people with carefree smiles and laughter out and about enjoying themselves on a lovely fall afternoon…. and there I was… trapped…. in agony.  I felt like […]

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Whose Skin Are YOU Living In?

Maybe I Just Need to Drop Dead! I was at home, simply sitting still, and began to notice feelings of frustration and agitation.  I was struggling with a recurring relationship challenge in my life when I heard a harsh inner voice suggesting an interesting solution to my predicament: “You just need to drop dead.” I […]

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The Frog Princess

A Gift in Disguise “Hi, this is the Frog Princess.”  I listened to my raspy/croaky voice spontaneously leaving a voicemail for a friend.  My impulsive identification with a frog, due to the sound of my voice, inspired this post.  Thanks for reading! ——————————————————————————————————————- Around eight years ago, after decades of living with a multitude of […]

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Remembering Jonathan

This is the second anniversary of my brother-in-law Jonathan’s death. His story continues to bring me a deeper awareness of the healing power of acceptance and how we can all benefit when we trust and embrace the power of the present moment. Most of us live so much of our lives striving to find ways to create […]

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