Hug It Out

Ever heard of the love police?  Check this out:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXyOU99ijY4   ...more

It's all about choices...do you love the one your with?

contact: Rhonda Chaney http://www.midlifecafe.comrchaney.midlifecafe@gmail.com...more

It All Adds Up

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Quoted

“Creativity can be described as letting go of certainties” Gail Sheehy       ...more

My life is funnier when I'm depressed

So I'm new, obviously...I have my personal blog and I'm waiting for it to be listed with BlogHer, but in the meantime, here I am. My blog, depressionsandconfessions.com, started as a way for me to reach out to other women with depression, but has evolved into a sort of journal of my personal story about living with the disorder....more

Drinkin' the Calm Koolaid

Rage. Flying off the handle. Losing it. Buggin'.    ...more

Are monkeys more sexually evolved than we are?

Listener Question:  Tell me, why does dropping one’s drawers have to be the line of demarcation? Is that really the point of no return? If so, then why do you consider it as such? My studies of aboriginal Polynesian societies have led me to delve into customs of touching in other nearly nude societies, including those of primates, with whom we share 98% of our DNA. These societies have no drawers to drop, yet raised peaceful, sexually wise kids.Maryanne Answer: Good question: what about dropping one’s drawers creates such a hard line?...more

"Got Milf? - A Mommalogue" by Sarah Maizes

"Got Milf?"  You should!  This is a link to the video of my performance of my "Mommalogue" (I made up that word...so proud of it), which I performed for "Expressing Motherhood" here in LA last month.Send this video to your girlfriends, sisters, aunts (yes...maybe even your own mother) and let them know it's time for Milf's EVERYWHERE to stand up and be counted!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYJ8PL6OxxI(F.Y.I., there is no inappropriate material contained on the video - but the language is a little "sassy")....more

Through The Looking Glass

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Cheers to you, my "anyway friend"

Sometimes, those little television shows stacked up in my DVR queue actually teach me a life lesson. To those people who say TV fries the brain, well, with all due respect – you are wrong. Big time. Case in point: Maya’s wedding scene on Private Practice. Season 3, Episode 15. Sam, Maya’s father, makes this toast at the reception: ...more

I did bawl watching Sam, and I also bawled while typing this blog post. And again when I ...more