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A New Couch

Something quite strange has happened to me since I separated from my ex, something I’m not proud of and am not entirely comfortable admitting to the world, but here I go. ...more

Fear Is The Highest Fence

The following post is featured on my blog, "My Former Life," in which I am recounting 365 memories in the year of my 40th birthday. “MOOOOM!!” ...more

My Friend has Parkinson's

My friend has Parkinson’s. I’ve known him since 1986 when he was working with a large multi-national company and traveling all over the world. He played regular tennis, loved to go for long walks and had a full social life. In ’90 he became the representative of an American company selling banking infrastructure. He worked hard and his success didn’t surprise anybody....more

I Think I have Learnt to Accept the Change

I am at the bottom of the ‘career’ options ladder now.  I feel pretty good here. Contrary to the misgiving of others and myself, it’s not been difficult, not numbing. Not easy … but easier than hard. One struggles while coming down the steps. Living high up on the ladder feels good. Bloody madness, but a kick all the same. It’s flattering. One’s ego begins to swell up into a personality so out of reach that one has to dig deep to find the reality. For a lucky few, the reality emerges from within. The struggle then is less prolonged, less exhausting....more

Let's talk about fear. Are You Afraid of Breast Cancer?

Are You Afraid of Breast Cancer? If so, you're not alone. Cancer is a scary thing...And all the pink in the world can't change that. Sure, pink ribbons may be pretty, but breast cancer is ugly and scary. Here are some facts about breast cancer... An estimated 182,800 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in 2000. Approximately 42,200 deaths will occur in women from breast cancer in 2000. One in eight women or 12.6% of all women will get breast cancer in her lifetime. ...more


I just want you to know that you are stronger and braver than you think you ...more

Thirty Days.

If I ever get to resurrect my blog, the entire month of September 2009 will not exist.  This fact somehow feels like a failure, a let-down.It isn't that I didn't do anything of note that month; that I didn't have awkward things happen or notice snide sociological happenings or that my son just was an unremarkable baby.  It's that too much happened, too many things in too short of time....more

Overcome Mom Guilt and Fear, has conducted a National Mom’s Survey and we thank those of you who have taken the time to complete it. The idea was/is to learn more about you, as moms and to design the most resourceful site to fit your needs. What we learned from a large majority of you is that GUILT is the number one obstacle preventing you from returning to work....more

Are You Choosing Fear or Faith?

This question, if applied every day will radically shift your life and your results. While at first glance it might seem a little "fluffy" for the business realm, if you've been buying into the recession, waiting for someone to save you, or letting the job climate hold you hostage, it's time to put this question into your decision matrix arsenal. ...more

We don't know we have it in us until we're willing to or are forced to tap into that ...more

Dealing with (Irrational?) Fears in your Relationship

The first time I was truly, madly, deeply in love I began to live with an ongoing fear that something horrible would happen. I envisioned car accidents, deathly illness, and gave fleeting thoughts towards my beloved falling for someone else. The fear would come in flashes that I swatted away like an evil mosquito, and the closest I ever came to telling anyone about it was that I wrote an undoubtedly horrible film short that I only showed a couple people who didn't really get it. So I buried it somewhere amid papers and files, and now I don't even know where it is. ...more

Beverly - It's so true what you say, but developing that "a deep level of personal confidence ...more