People ask me how I stay so happy and healthy. I love this question and always say thank you. I live in gratitude for these moments–I embrace them knowing how precious they truly are. I place my hands together in deep appreciation for my life and for this moment. I am as happy and healthy
I write as I am inspired by songs, as I have my music in play to comfort me and guide me in my thoughts and lead me to my tears. I listen so I can allow my mind to travel directed, allowing me less cerebral space, more room for my heart to feel…..just simply feel
There is only one answer. Yes. Life is huge for each one of us; we walk daily into terrain that is filled with question marks. We work to arrange predictable because there is an innate desire to contain how much unpredictable creeps in. There is no way to stop it, contain it, or shift it.
It is a reality that each one of us needs to take a healing journey at some point in our life. In fact, it is my experience that we need to take them frequently. We ought to begin as children and continue onward into our triple digit years. A healing journey is something I have
The work I do as a doctor of psychology has sometimes made me question my faith in God. This is not to claim that I question my own investment in our Creator, but rather prompts me to wonder if I am doing what is intended in terms of goodness and being on the right track.
There are days when I open my eyes and feel an ache in my gut that takes my breath before I can even express my gratitude for the day. This is the feeling of grief that comes from the experience of sadness. We each take turns with this experience, for one reason or another. To
I’ve not been an avid television viewer, mostly I like Oprah’s Soulful Sundays, a movie now and again, and the old time programs that take me back to my childhood like The Andy Griffith Show, Bewitched, and I love Lucy. I am swept back decades as I am in the embrace of mommy and daddy
It is December, the holiday season and every one of us has wishes in our heart for something that we crave to happen or to own. This is a magical time of year and we want, we simply want. It’s not tough to make to things happen. We need to be quietly contemplative and secure in
Love is forever present, it is all around us. We merely need to be open to it and believe that it is there, that it is good and we that we can touch it. And yet, somehow, we seem to move all around it. We flirt and play and fall deep and enjoy it, and then
Love makes the world go around–we’ve all heard the songs and the sonnets, recited the poetry, and felt the inspiration of love letters. We each crave love–deep love that is intimate, sustainable and healthy. We want romance, friendship and the physicality that comes from a meaningful connection. Love is, without a doubt, the most powerful experience