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The Masks We Wear – A Poem

Masks give the illusion of power, anonymity, and they keep secrets. They prevent the real me to be seen. Masks hide my terror.  I get lost in my fear. Where have I gone? Can you see me? Masks have kept me safe. I long to be authentic in all that I do; all that I […]

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Support versus Fixing & Caretaking

It has been a theme in my sessions and talks recently:  “How do we provide support to the ones that we love?”  I come from a long line of fixers and caretakers.  I grew up with my father’s mantra:  “I will give the shirt off my back to anyone that needs it.”  It became my […]

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