Monthly Archives: May 2014

I take it back! Mothers wake the f**k up!

Last week, I acknowledged mothers for doing a better job parenting than they think they do.  Today, I come from a slightly different perspective and one (depending on who you are) you may not like. This past week, a couple … Continue reading

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Why you’re a better mother than you think

A few years ago, I had the privilege of interviewing Seniors at an inner-city high school.  This was considered an “exit interview” process and the intention was to find out a little about their high school experience, their future plans, … Continue reading

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I was naked, alone and couldn’t move!

It happened in my trigger point massage therapist’s (Bruce) office one Wednesday.  My back had gone out on Sunday and it took me until Wednesday to get in to see him.  After gently chiding me for neglecting the maintenance on … Continue reading

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Are you plagued by the “what if’s”?

She was obviously a sad woman. Her voice trembled as she related her story to me. Recently separated from a verbally abusive husband of 15 years and unemployed for the last six months, she had plenty of concerns. Besides finding … Continue reading

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