Take care: you’re worth it

Do you ever consider as you make decisions about yourself, how many life energy systems are running in the background, keeping you alive, healthy, functional and so much more?  Your brain, bones, digestion, skin, muscles... Your immune system... Your...

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Life in pandemic times: your community depends on you

Are you one of the lucky few? If, this morning, you are working from home, with money in the bank and a regular paycheque; if your fridge is full and your mortgage or rent paid, you're doing better...

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Building resilience during the Coronavirus Pandemic

This post is about exploring what more you can do, in addition to what CDC and governments are recommending: washing your hands, social distancing and staying home. These are essential, and they’ll work.  But can you do something more to...

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Resilience: it’s your right to feel alive

Do you have the right to be alive?  Just a little reality check!  Or I could ask if you have the right to live a good, healthy, meaningful life.  Well, you say, of course!   Really?  So, how does...

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Resilience: life is more than a to-do list

Ever wonder if you'll ever get through your to-do list, so you can finally take a break without guilt? If your list is 'self-regenerating' like mine, if you never seem to get though, living has become a to-do list. My...

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Guilty or Grateful?

Guilt is such a mixed up, overrated loss of life. I’m not referring here to the regret for doing something really wrong (causing harm to you or others), but to the inability to enjoy the present moment free and unencumbered. You feel guilty...

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