Published by admin on August 12, 2017

My Life Dilemma: To Quest or Not to Quest

That is the question. Isn’t it? I’m not trying to wax philosophical like Shakespeare (ok, maybe I am) but seriously: is this not the GRAND QUESTION OF THEM ALL??!   To Quest or Not to Quest   This is life in a nutshell. My life, your life, all of our lives: to play it safe,…

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Published by admin on April 7, 2017

Are Men Emotionally Handicapped?

  Do bears shit in the woods? Handicapped: having a condition that restricts one’s ability to function physically, mentally or emotionally. Obviously, men are emotionally handicapped. Or… if you prefer, challenged. Everything I needed to know about this issue, I learned in kindergarten. The girls played with each other, interacting mostly in pairs. They would get…

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Published by admin on March 16, 2016

Why We See Women as Weak

  My epiphany struck in Publix. I was shopping with a friend and just slightly ahead of him. I found myself keeping tabs on whether he was coming with me or not. I started to feel a tinge of insecurity. Was I going to assert my independence, or was I going to have to follow…

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Published by admin on December 20, 2015

My Freshly-Sewn Stitches

People cope in different ways. People. We. You and I. We all are copers. Some of us turn into dopers.   We all have our little ways, some of them secret, to cope with hurt and pain when reality does not conform to our wishes and desires. Some of us are better at hiding them…

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Published by admin on December 17, 2015

Writing Down the Bones

It’s a title of a book by Natalie Goldberg, actually. Writing Down the Bones. I loved it! It’s exactly what you’d think it would be about. Getting raw. Going where it hurts. Why? Because that’s where the GOLD is! Last night I had an interaction that displeased me greatly. A friend of mine was presenting at our weekly training for my…

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