Empathic Messenger, Radio Talk Show Host, Author

Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta’

Red Dress Party 2015 Press Release

For Immediate Release Media inquiries: Steph Palermo steph@juststeph.com A Women’s Heart Health Fundraiser for the American Heart Association Atlanta, GA. December 23, 2014 — Bryan Rusty Newport, CEO of 33 Events, producer and promoter of the 7th Annual Red Dress Party, announced Steph Palermo, author and radio show host has graciously donated her time as…

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Yah, You Blend!

 I have been living in Atlanta for twenty years.  I was a young mother of one when we arrived south of the Mason-Dixon line.  It took me seven years to finally say, with a lump in my throat, that the peach state was home for me.  It was at this turning point that I knew…

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I Found My Mojo!

After the summer of indulgence, eating, drinking and low-keyed workouts, I found myself needing the jaws of life to get into my fav jeans.  Well, you know what this does to a girl.  I had lost my mojo.  I lost my adrenaline in the gym, the ability to limit my caloric intake and the spark…

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Hit Me With Your Best Shot!

Put up your dukes, let’s get down to it.  Does life for me always have to be a fight?  With my birthday just having passed, I look back not only over this last year, but over my life.  As a young child I fought to keep it together when I was treated terribly, picked last…

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It's Not Personal, Sonny….

According to Don Miguel Ruiz and the Toltecs, never take anything personally is agreement number two.  This one is my biggest struggle.  It has taken me all these years to finally be able to laugh at myself, but I have the hardest time separating someone’s actions from me.  According to “The Four Agreements” (“the book”…

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All The Shrinks I've Loved Before

In the spring of 1996, I buckled my two and four-year old boys into my Ford Aerostar and headed to Nashville from Atlanta. My grandmother was visiting her sick brother who was being cared for by his daughter, my beloved cousin, Christine. It was a great chance for my boys and I to visit with…

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