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Healthy Boundaries: Do You Have Them?

We’re all way too familiar with boundaries lately, thanks to the social distancing stuff that tells us to Stay Back 6 Feet. But those aren’t the only boundaries going on in our lives. We also have personal boundaries we need to set – and maintain – if we want to remain centered, balanced and at …

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Diary of a Teenage Runaway: The Greyhound Bus

Forgetting my toothbrush was the least of my worries. But then again, I wasn’t really worried about anything. I was too annoyed to be worried. Too fed up to be worried. Too angry at the world to be worried. My favorite comeback to anything for as long as I could remember was: “I never asked …

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Does this Coronavirus Shirt Offend You? It’s BANNED from Online Shop

The following is an open letter to the online shop that banned my Social Distancing Shirts, saying they were in violation of their policies. Dear Sir or Madam: I do hope this letter finds you well. I also do hope I am not offending any sensitivities using the term “Madam” in my greeting. Because it …

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3 Quick Tips to Escape the Coronavirus Madness (or any chaos)

Even when the world appears to have gone mad, you don’t have to follow. With a few tweaks to your mindset and daily routine, you can escape the madness to live in harmony. No, I’m not kidding. You CAN live in harmony even when the world appears to be in chaos. Even when you’re stuck …

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Online Distance Reiki: What It Is, Sneak Peak of Session

If you’re looking for a way to soothe your body, mind and soul, Reiki is calling your name. Reiki is a Japanese healing method that channels divine energy through the Reiki master or practitioner and into you. If you’re feeling wonky, cranky or anxious during these crazy times, you can attend one of the online …

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Ready to snap, relapse or binge? Try this cool recovery trick instead

We’ve all met the straw that breaks the camel’s back. It’s typically an incidental, tiny-little thing that sends us into an emotional explosion. If we’re really lucky, it’s accompanied by some type of behavior that leaves us needing to: Apologize for lashing out like a wicked banshee at the nearest person Borrow money to pay …

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Absurd Ways We Wreck Our Own Success

Ever been on the brink of something REALLY COOL only to  have something really crummy happen? What if I told you it’s not bad luck – but something we do to ourselves. No kidding. One of my coaching clients was about to have a phenomenal breakthrough with a discussion with a friend as they were …

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Why your worst fears are primed to come true

Being eaten by a shark, getting fat, and being homeless and living under an underpass used to be my worst fears. But not anymore. I actually was homeless (by choice) when I ran away to New York City at the age of 18. So that one’s done and no longer qualifies as a fear because …

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Learn to decompress before you explode (or otherwise make a mess)

The other morning the strangest thing happened. Instead of merely fantasizing that I had a full day of absolutely nothing to do, I made it happen. I rescheduled my appointments. Moved assignments into another day. Worked out and showered at my own pace. Then was in the bedroom decompressing by 11 a.m. It was just …