Monthly Archives: November, 2012

Happy Holidays?

What is it about the holidays that brings out people’s darker sides? During the time that is supposed to be about love, togetherness, sharing and reaching out, why do so many suffer deep stress? Is it the gift-buying, where people feel they must expend precious resources to prove their love to another by purchasing something extravagant? …

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‘Tis the Season…

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. I love Thanksgiving. Everything about it. I love the planning, the cooking, the smells. I love the lack of gift pressure. I love the weather, for the most part. I love the whole concept. Gratitude…it’s a good thing. This year my little family will be together. Our daughter is currently living at …

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Changes, Part II

Change is hard. Everyone knows this. It doesn’t matter if the change is a habit, like quitting smoking, or changing the way one thinks, beginning a new routine, moving to a new job or home. Change is tough. If the change is about self-development, the signs of change can be very subtle to the person themselves and …

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