“Transfusions of Hope”

“Transfusions of Hope”

Wedged in between the heavy drama and impact of news stories here in the U.S. this week, I stumbled on an almost obscure yet tragic incident. A 20-something man who, in virus-quarantine, had developed quite a skill with online trading, over-reacted to a bright red...

Things We Do For Love

This recent trip overseas, I decided to guinea-pig myself in an experiment. Always seeking remedies to reduce the dreaded Jet Lag, I’d read about how face masks – the kind that filter germs – can actually shorten your ‘lag time’. Something about breathing moist air,...
Holding On by Letting Loose

Holding On by Letting Loose

It’s natural  to search for meaning, some sort of anchor or True North in all of existence, following the untimely death of someone in your family or friendship circle. It can feel like you’ve fallen off of a cliff:  arms and legs cartwheeling, trying to...
The Urge to Apologize

The Urge to Apologize

Many women I know are striving to release unhealthy thinking and patterns of behavior. Case in point, our frequent urge to retreat from conflict through apology. The amount of introspection and effort required depends on how long we’ve nursed the emotional wounds that...
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