Caring or Codependent? The Fine Line

Do you often find yourself in unfulfilling relationships despite doing everything you can for your partners? Are you sometimes truly surprised by how your partner is treating you? Does it feel like you’re the only one trying or making sacrifices in the relationship? If these questions resonate with you, then there might be an element …

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How the #MeToo Movement May Be Affecting Your Mental Health

As a woman, I find myself so intrigued by all of the recent stories of sexual harassment – and the long-awaited presence of some accountability for these individuals – that I can barely look away when the next news story comes along. Yet, I will admit that I’ve found my own emotions, and sense of …

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4 Warning Signs that You’re Still Reeling from Past Trauma

One fact of life is that time just keeps ticking on. Just like clockwork, the sun rises every morning and it doesn’t slow down to offer you a moment to catch up after a shocking life event throws you into a tailspin. With this fast pace, it’s no wonder so many of us are walking …

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Personal Reflections on the Las Vegas Shooting

I usually try to use this blog to offer people nuggets of information that may possibly resonate with their souls to help them move into a more positive way of being – but please allow me to switch gears and use this space to simply speak from the heart today. Each day that I awake, …

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Growing Pains

Life has a way of grabbing away the steering wheel and setting us full speed ahead for a destination that we neither intended nor expected. Despite the best laid plans, this realization sometimes creeps up on us – with us finding ourselves placed squarely in the midst of a personal struggle without fully realizing how …

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Letting Go of Your Old Story

Well, I’m emerging out of a quiet period. I go through these phases periodically where I just really have nothing to say – and I always feel that, in that case, it’s best to just keep quiet. There's nothing worse than talking just for the sake of hearing yourself talk! However, I’ve found that these …

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The Pain and Pleasure of Living

When I wrote the book Pain, Passion & Purpose, I never thought that it would become my own go-to manual for living. Why would it? These were profound revelations and insights gifted to me during a time of deep soul-searching, surely I would become changed by each and every one of them. And while I …

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A Parents Payment: The Rewards of Having Children

If you’re a parent then you know that raising a family can be difficult.  No matter how hard you try, or how good your intentions’, making your vision of the ideal family come to life always stays just out of reach.  Yet, perhaps that’s exactly the way it’s supposed to be – and there’s a method to all …

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