From Betrayal to Trust

In a previous article, “Totally Confused About Everything,” I wrote about crises–their potential for damaging or healing, for regressing or growing.  A betrayal of trust is one such defining moment… Read More

Junk or Treasure?

This is the second of a series of articles I am writing that feature the poetry of Shel Silverstein from his books Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in… Read More

Your Two Faces

Do you realize that you have two faces?  Yes, there are only two faces you have to show to the world.  The impacts of each face on the well-being and… Read More

The Dragon and the Mouse

This is the first in a series of children’s’ picture books about two very unlikely friends–a dragon and a mouse.  Living together is difficult because even though they love each… Read More

Trust with a Capital T

Establishing and maintaining trust is considered a crucial component in intimate relationships.  Relationship experts argue that without trust, no relationship will thrive, and very few are likely to survive.  Breaches… Read More

When the Rabbit Leapt

At the lake, there are dramas every day on and around the bird feeders, especially during the winter months.  In winter, the main bird visitors are chickadees, nuthatches, dark-eyed juncos,… Read More

Are You Grown Up?

“Why don’t you just grow up!”  Has anyone ever said this to you?  Have you ever said this to someone else?  Usually, someone says “grow up” in the context of… Read More
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