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Archive: 01 2013
sherry
Jan
31

Mining Small Gems of Joy

This past week I was blessed to have had the opportunity to meet a lovely woman who was recently diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer—carcinoma of the heart. As it is often when I meet someone diagnosed with cancer, the context and circumstances under which we meet are very different than they would be… Read More

both sides
Jan
26

Look in your Village

You know I love doing psychotherapy. I look at life differently now and never stop learning. The doors I walk through now help me grow and share skills with others. So today, at a conference, I learned to notice something new….. my village…. We are programmed to need attachment - a fundamental human need.… Read More

riding shotgun
Jan
25

New shoes

A tree is known by its fruit; a man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost; he who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love. St. Basil In yesterday's blog posting I mentioned something about Katie's new shoes and promised to tell you more of the story.  Here we go: Due to the… Read More

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both sides
Jan
25

Are you a survivor or even a Thriver?

I was sitting having coffee with friends, explaining my new adventure when one person asked me how I defined a survivor… it was a great question. She said she had a small issue with cancer but it was easily dealt with so she did n't feel like a survivor..... – it is an attitude was my answer, it is… Read More

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mcarrera
Jan
24

Look at Life from a Different Perspective

 One morning, I had arrived a bit early to the office and decided to start the day with a cup of coffee. To be honest, I am an avid espresso junkie, so let’s just say that I decided to start my day with my first “non-espresso” coffee!  On my short walk to the coffee station, I ran into our CEO who… Read More

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