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Life Is A Team Sport

Many of you have played a team sport some time in your life.  Remember the lessons you learned – and then forgot when you ventured into the “adult world” called life?  As a 49 year old woman and coach of teens, I am humbled and reminded by my athletes every day: 1.  We can’t do […]

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Why is Slowing Down so Difficult??

I’ve always done everything fast.  I make decisions fast.  I eat fast.  I dress fast.  I shower fast.  I even speak fast.  You had to be fast to “survive” in my home.  Being the youngest in a large Italian, Greek family – if you wanted to eat, be heard, or get a warm shower – […]

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Removing Shame from your Life

Shame is one of the lowest resonances of energy we can hold in our bodies and in our field.  It feels dark and heavy physically and mentally.  Shame makes us feel like a part of us is bad or evil, or that we have done wrong, and it cannot be fixed.  When do we feel […]

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Dealing with Family & Depression over the Holidays

Holidays, family and depression.  This can be a recipe for disaster or happy memories – and sometimes both.  The real question, I think, becomes:  How do we minimize the depression, sadness, and the ability to be triggered by our family during the holidays?  Here are a few suggestions: 1)  Use the KISS method (Keep It Simple […]

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