Continuing our conversations about the importance of emotional self-awareness, Blog-Buddy Holly also asked:
Some people don’t value emotions. What are the consequences to this? I’m just wondering, as I was never taught/told/modeled that emotions were to be heeded in any way (and certainly never discussed). CONTINUE READING →
Sweet! America’s first step toward a national health care policy, allowing us to join all the other industrialized nations in the world today. Which aura to read in celebration?
Shall I ply my tools of energetic literacy on every single Republican in the House of Representatives? Because, you just know, it had to have been such a proud moment for each of them, saying “No” to the millions of uninsured throughout America.
Sue Grafton, creator of the Kinsey Millhone series, just keeps getting better and better. I’ve read them all so far, starting with “A” is for Alibi. Having recently finished “U” is for Undertow, I’m a bigger fan than ever.
More lifelike than life, without being surreal, this extremely intricate story was a compelling read from start to end. What totally enthralled me, as a longtime fan, was that this book contained the author’s true-to-the-bone insights about what it means to write.
As a reader, I’m always curious about where heroine Kinsey begins and author Sue leaves off. Although I’m no professional detective, I’ve got a hunch about this. CONTINUE READING →
Got divorce in your past? How about shame in your present?
And how much of this goop shows in your aura?
Today, we begin with a Guest Post from Blog-Buddy David:
I am a divorced man, for about three years, who has recently come out of hiding. I hid this successfully from even my close contacts. It was easy to hide, as I have custody of my son. CONTINUE READING →