Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cookies & Mirrors

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We cause our own feelings. That is not to say that an event cannot bring us great joy. It is our choice to let a wonderful time or happening into our hearts and to…

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Cookies & MIrrors

We cause our own feelings. That is not to say that an event cannot bring us great joy. It is our choice to let a wonderful time or happening into our hearts and to react with happiness. So, too, is … Continue reading

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Pretty/Frumpy

The first snow of the season fell last night. Another change. For those of us who love change, it is easy to chant, “Get out of your comfort zone.” For those who love their “zone,” it is easy to say, … Continue reading

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Give and Get

Where do we go from here? Is there a new set of rules after the first year? A person is allowed to feel however they want in the first year of grief but now the first anniversary has come and … Continue reading

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Welcome Scott and fellow bloggers. Scott Williams is our guest blogger today. He has an M.A. in Psychology and is a Clinical Therapist in British Columbia. In addition to his work in an addictions and Pain/Fibromyalgia…

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Guest Blogger

Welcome Scott and fellow bloggers. Scott Williams is our guest blogger today. He has an M.A. in Psychology and is a Clinical Therapist in British Columbia. In addition to his work in an addictions and Pain/Fibromyalgia Clinic, Scott volunteers with Hospice, specializing … Continue reading

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Tea and Politics

I have to admit, I have had trouble with today’s topic. There are a couple of reasons, one being that I am with my two grandchildren and they are so precious together, there really isn’t time to think about blog … Continue reading

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