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From Scarcity to Abundance – Healing after loss

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“How do you want to die?” These are the haunting words spoken by her doctor after being diagnosed with stage four cancer. Three months after her passing, I’ve turned toward and through my grief seeking peace. Grief takes time. It … Continue reading

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Adulthood Sucks… or does it?

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Last Friday I was sitting in the dentist’s chair chuckling between tooth jabbings with the hygienist, Jessica. She told me she bought a T-shirt for her friend who’s fallen on hard times. It reads, “I’m not a gynecologist but I’ll … Continue reading

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At the Table (Podcast)! With Nutrition Expert Jessi Haggerty

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Nutrition experts, Allison and Jessi invited me to join the conversation, “At the Table with Allison and Jessi.” At the Table is the love child of two nutrition experts who want to help others improve their relationship with food by … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: A Grateful Heart

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Thanksgiving is a time of family, tradition, love, abundance, and appreciation. It’s celebrated nationwide annually by all cultures and religions, and in other countries on different days in different ways.  Here in the USA, it’s the most heavily travelled day … Continue reading

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Psychology Today: The Horror of Addiction

This article written by Heather Edwards was published by Mark Banschick, M.D. in Psychology Today. You found out that a loved one is addicted. You feel desperate, scared, and helpless. Your family is in a state of shock. Nobody knows what to do. The media … Continue reading

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