Getting Settled

Getting settled after a massive move feels like a good start, a new beginning; the next exciting chapter! Getting settled can also sound like getting complacent. Or happy with the status quo,

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Today I Love Golfing

Today I love golfing, though I don’t golf as often as I used to. I love remembering when I used to go golfing two or three mornings a week. I love that I usually get out at least twice a year now.

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How revenge makes it fair

scalesUnfairness arises in situations of powerlessness, disrespect and a lack of reciprocity in your most intimate relationships. Often in relationships you want something or someone to change, but you cannot make it happen,

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Anger & Grief

It’s tough when a Loved One dies. All of us have experienced grief; loss and loses. All of us are in various stages of processing and learning and growing and coping with our personal pain,

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Adoption: A Clinical Example-Part Two

In our book A WOmb of Her Own (Routledge, 2017) author JoAnn Ponder writes as follows:

Based on my experience in working with adoptive parents, they are given little guidance about the amount and kind of contact with birth mothers appropriate to their child’s developmental level,

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The Diagnostic Treadmill

What’s trending this week? Stories from my friends with rare, mysterious, and/or autoimmune conditions and their frustrating journeys to diagnosis. Most notably, my friend, artist Heather Thompson, has had a big shakeup with a new doctor completely revising her treatment strategy.

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