I have some final thoughts, and a goodbye, for my mother and sister. It’s truly time to move on with my life.
We had an interesting ethical situation pop up at a recent weekend outing with friends. Is it right or wrong? One thing is for sure – people sure do love drama in their lives!
A follow up to my recent response to my mother and sister. The five stages – denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance – are a part of the framework that makes up our learning to live with the one we lost. They are tools to help us frame and identify what we may be feeling. […]
I recently had an email exchange with mom and sister, and unfortunately it didn’t go as planned. Here is my response.
Over this past weekend (Memorial Day weekend), I was in an interesting conversation with some friends. The hubby is an ex-Army guy, and he is openly anti-gay (I am not anti-gay). This led to a disagreement about gays in the military. He never thought he would see the day when gay people would be allowed […]
Do you work hard to get to the truth of a matter? I rant a bit about how you should do so.
This podcast discusses a how religion is just plain irrational.
Today, I discuss what it is that can make us agitated, be it anger, thoughts, feelings, or unresolved issues.
In this podcast, I discuss the problem with how people say, “You just need to get over it.” How long is it “supposed” to take to get over something?
It’s amazing to me that, after so much self-worth and professional therapy, I still feel the itch of discomfort when I’m in social situations. I got this trait from my parents, who always seemed to need to “please” or “appease” company, whether with bromides or an over-extending of themselves.