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6 Tips For Ex-wives on Father’s Day!

This Father’s Day is quiet for me.  My kids are grown and live on their own.  My ex has passed away and the kids have quietly seemed to move forwards.  In fact, it’s too quiet.  Stillness does many things.  One of the most profound is the space it gives for us to review our lives …

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Why Is Your Love Life A Total Mess?

Working My Way Back to Me is the story of my relationship with Frankie Valli, which started with a meeting when I was five years old, consummated when I was 16, and went on nearly three decades. I first wrote this story on my own four years ago, but the self-published memoir did not gain …

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What Women Can Do After The “METOO” Dust Settles

Another one bites the dust! There is a movement of enormous proportion energizing a new vibe in history as never before. It’s as big as Women’s Suffrage; maybe bigger because it involves what goes on privately between men and women not just in public forums. The coveted and protected male club of using power to …

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Finding YOUR Joy In The Chaos Of Religion

I think we get confused about religion and what life is supposed to be. The spiritual books can clutter it all in our consciousness….from being told we are born in darkness all the way to the idea that we actually create anything at all we desire. Both to me seem a bit exaggerated and depressing. …

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Hitting The Mark Of Good Parenting

The Greek word hamartia (ἁμαρτία) is usually translated as sin in the … or “to miss the target” which was also used in Old English archery. … The original word for sin simply means to be unaware, or unmindful, of the life you are. I was walking on the beach some years ago when a …

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