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“Alone”

“Alone”

For the caregiver who's patient is themselves. When you are facing an illness that would over power an elephant, the first thing one does is lean into their spouse and family. If you are misfortunate enough to be alone -- I don't mean unloved... I mean ALONE in the...

How to Choose Life After the Death of Your Beloved

How to Choose Life After the Death of Your Beloved

When the person who shares your life dies, and your soul is screaming for comfort, no one can anticipate how intense that feeling will be. There is no way to fully prepare emotionally for this kind of loss. It doesn't matter how much time you have in advance to...

How to Manifest Your Dreams

How to Manifest Your Dreams

Why do we have to wait until we are so uncomfortable that our skin is crawling before we even think about our bucket lists? The older we are, the faster our years seem to pass. Children never say, I wish I could relive first grade when they are in sixth grade. They...

The Evolution of Recovery Towards a Life Worth Living

The Evolution of Recovery Towards a Life Worth Living

There is one time you are truly given life; that is at birth. After that, if we are lucky or blessed with amazing caregivers we learn we are lovable and taught how to love ourselves.  We are supposed to learn from this message how to make great choices that carry...

Choose Your Thoughts With Care

Choose Your Thoughts With Care

After the Las Vegas shooting or massacre, most of us were, yet again, placed in a state of shock. Our nervous systems really cannot live in this much fight/flight. Today, as I was driving down the freeway, every exit was filled with firemen and policemen, lights...

How to Help a Loved One Deal With a Loss

How to Help a Loved One Deal With a Loss

Friends help friends grieve. "I am sorry for your loss" has great meaning when you want to comfort but don't want to get to involved. It is a lovely sentiment. But when your dearest friend, or cousin, or sister has a loss that requires you to be present for them,...

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