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Embracing the Uncertainty

I listened to Brené Brown’s Podcast “Unlocking Us” this morning. If you listen to anything, please do listen to this. I’m a huge Brené Brown fan. She’s a Storyteller and Researcher, who has written amazing books like “Braving the Wilderness” … Continue reading

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Clarity and Forgiveness

I’ve been back for almost two months now. The visit to Paris and the walking on El Camino de Santiago were definitely amazing! I have had time to reflect a lot. Coming back to work and getting back to the … Continue reading

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An Evening of Kindness and Gratitude in Arzua

El Camino de Santiago provided many incredible moments to me when I walked in October.  Those moments happened when I least expected them, when I was distracted with conversation, with my own thoughts, or with the fact that my knees, … Continue reading

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Trust on El Camino de Santiago

I have just returned from a trip of a lifetime. My spouse and I visited a friend in Paris we haven’t seen in a very, very long time. She’s the kind of friend who makes you feel as if you … Continue reading

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From Paris to Madrid to El Camino de Santiago: Finding Joy

Staying in Paris for a week at the beginning of this journey was a great decision! We met wonderful people, saw amazing sites and had the best profiteroles ever! We left Paris to go to Madrid, arrived there  on Friday and … Continue reading

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I’m a New Mom: “I Can’t Do This, I’m Exhausted and Overwhelmed:” Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

She walked into my office and sat down on the sofa, looking at me. I said, “Welcome, how are you?” She started to cry and said that she had almost cancelled our session. It was a first session, we had … Continue reading

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Dreaming and Imagining

I went to a conference last week on the Gulf side of Florida. I absolutely love the area and the people were incredibly nice. The conference was on private practice and there were large workshops and breakout sessions for two … Continue reading

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Pain in Grief and Loss

The word “better” is often used when people are trying to comfort friends, colleagues or family members who are grieving. I’ve used it myself. “Things will get better”, many have said at one time or another. Someone recently told me … Continue reading

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Hope

I met a friend for lunch one day recently. This friend is an amazing person who I lovedearly. She is a person who is very grounded, lives her life fully, makes clear decisionsand has been through a lot. I know … Continue reading

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Pioneering Women, Successful Women, Self-Made Women

How many times have you walked by a magazine rack or visited social media and read these words? And wondered who these women are? How did they get to be called these wonderful names? Would anyone ever call me anything … Continue reading

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