Empathic Messenger, Radio Talk Show Host, Author

Posts Tagged ‘life coaching’

Why Did She Have to Eat the Apple?

I often pondered not only why Eve ate the forbidden fruit, but what actually happened in the moments immediately following The Fall.  All religions, monotheistic and polytheistic alike, have oral and written traditions on humanity’s separation  from the Divine.  Most of the ancient civilizations like the Sumerians, Egyptians and Babylonians told stories of man’s creation…

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All I want for Christmas is…

Tradition, as defined in my iPhone dictionary app, is a specific practice of long-standing and/or an inherited pattern of thought or action.  Basically traditions are those rituals we perform over and over, through the years and pass down to our kids.  We may tweak what our parents did or start new ones.  Traditions are like…

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What's Over the Fence?

During dinner with my girlfriends, one of my besties recounted a recent event at her office.  She is a therapist dealing with extreme cases.  So if you are sitting across from her you probably are a candidate to O.D.  My dear friend recounted how one of the practice’s clients had attempted suicide that week and…

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There's No Place Like Home….

I remember many years ago saying to my fav paisano shrink, “one day I’ll realize I’ve been wearing the ruby slippers.  I’ve had the power all along.”  He concurred.  Today, I glance down and still just see the french pedi and messed up feet from all my surgeries.  I spy flip flops, but no ruby…

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"The Only Way is Up!" Signed Copies

“The Only Way is Up!” Signed Copies! Get your personalized copy of “The Only Way is Up!”  My first book is a great beach read, hostess or birthday gift.  Don’t miss a chance  at a personalized copy.

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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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