Easter as Metaphor Spring in the natural world, which is often heralded by the Easter and Passover holidays, is an awakening. Plants long dormant wake from their slumber as
What does 2015 Hold? This is such an important time of year. A scheduled transition. One year closing out. Another year waiting in the wings… for you and me
Instead of New Year’s Resolutions I gave up on New Year’s resolutions over a decade ago. I haven’t missed them one whit. You might want to ditch New Year’s
The Holidays and Struggling Relationships I recently heard that two weeks before Christmas is when most relationships break up. At the same time I learned that the 2-week-before Christmas
Live YOUR Life in Color The Great Transformation Living Life in Color is the move from life as it once was, the move from the tedious day-to-day routines
A New Year. Make it the way You Want it! It’s a new start. A clean slate. A blank sheet of paper and a new box of crayons. What could
The following is an article I started nearly three years ago. I went poking around in old files today, to find something you might resonate with and found it.
When I originally wrote this article I had so much to say that I decided to split it into two. It turned out that there was a perfect line of delineation - between the need to feel the feelings of the betrayal, and what we might actually learn from...
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When you're in the middle of the chaos of divorce it seems like it will never be done, never get better, never feel normal again.