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I Love My Body (Seriously!)

I Love My Body (Seriously!)

Growing up as a female in 21st century America, I have had my fair share of body issues. I actually didn't notice or start worrying about my weight until I was 14, which I think makes me one of the lucky ones (I know an elementary schooler on a self-imposed diet).  I distinctly remember looking in the mirror at age 12, and thinking how pretty I was. Being perfect exactly the way I am has...

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Protected: Self-Guided Breakthroughs

Protected: Self-Guided Breakthroughs

A reader asked the following question after reading my post Loss or Security - Which is more real? To answer I felt I needed to describe our unique self-guided breakthrough process. This is the first time I have put it in writing and wanted to make it available to you, as well. So here it is, available through the month of May in honor of Mother's Day Month and you! Q: Very insightful. A big...

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On the Verge of a Breakthrough

On the Verge of a Breakthrough

If you've read any of my blog posts, you know that I am a lover of words, languages, and all things communication. In general, I am very well spoken and able to communicate and express myself with clarity and ease. I love words and always find the perfect one for nearly every scenario, often supplying others with just the right word or words when they are fumbling to express themselves. But for...

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Redefining Judgment

Redefining Judgment

I consider myself a perfectionist. I take pride in the things I do, and I hold myself and all of my creations up to a pretty high standard. So it makes sense that I hate to be criticized. My sister, an artist, sees criticism as a way to improve. She puts it to good use and does not take it personally. I, on the other hand, abhor it. Case in point: any time I write something, like an essay for...

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Ending Exclusion Fears

Ending Exclusion Fears

It's been great having my two daughters, Colleen (26) and Betsy (24) home for the summer. They are always in and out, but when they are in, they are really in and "present"... and so am I. We have great conversations. Even our complaint sessions end up with validation and often deep heart-to-heart breakthrough processing moments. That's just how we live—thank you, Language of Listening®! One...

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