Circling Back to “A Course In Miracles”

I am a reluctant Catholic, and have always been since I was a child. I loved the ritual and praying in unison with a congregation. I also loved the singing. Yet, there were so many messages from the church that didn’t make sense to me so I felt distanced from […]


Be Careful with Your Life

She gazed into the eyes of my younger daughter from the vast wisdom of her 102 years and said, “Be careful with your life.” This was a deeply sincere dictum from a great grandmother who was cognizant to whom she was speaking, in a tone of great seriousness. She had […]


Silence Is Golden

When I was young I felt the need to fill any quiet moment of time with my talking. I was a chatterbox. I would follow my mother around the house when I got home from school everywhere she went, telling her each detail of my day, moment by moment. The […]


Hello You Hero

Definition of hero from Merriam-Webster Dictionary: 1
a :  a mythological or legendary figure often of divine descent endowed with great strength or ability
 b :  an illustrious warrior
 c :  a person admired for achievements and noble qualities
 d :  one who shows great courage Since I have been involved […]


Sending You “Tidings of Comfort and Joy”

Are you instead feeling discomfort and stress? Here’s how to change that! As a mother, wife, daughter, sister and person who likes to follow through with what I say I will do, the holiday season has been in the past a very stressful time for me. Sound familiar? It seems […]


Three Keys to Live Well to One Hundred and Two

Two years ago I wrote a blog about my Grandmother, as she was turning one hundred. This week she turned one hundred and two! She is still very much here with us. In honoring her, I invite you to read her story and be inspired. You will find that previous […]


Rushing

Rushing. I have been recently reading the book, “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron. In this book she helps people move beyond their blocks to either discover or rediscover their creativity. It gives the opportunity for some good self-reflection. I often find an overwhelming sense of rushing present. I have […]


Managing Tough Stuff

Life’s transitions and difficulties are no small thing. Our ability to survive them is aided by one small thing we can provide ourselves. How do we come back from difficulty in life? Clients often want to know the answer to this question, especially while in the midst of great transition […]


On Becoming Your Superpower

Our embarrassing experiences as children can erode self-confidence or can direct us to our superpowers. Find out how to discover your superpowers! I recently had a session with a client, and she was wondering when it was that as children we begin to lose confidence. I’ve thought about that, and […]