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Living Above The Line: Resentment

Dealing with resentment is critical for living above the line. My friend and colleague, Janice McWilliams, talks about resentment: Resentment tricks us into thinking that someone else has to do something for us to feel better. Resentment tells us that it’s not our fault. Resentment tells us that someone else is making us feel the […]

The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

In 1963, Andy Willams debuted “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” on his television program in front of a national audience. It was an immediate hit. If you have never seen it, take a peak here. It’s a treat. Who doesn’t love parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting, and caroling out in the […]

My New Chickens

On June 26th I saw this text: “I’m building a chicken coop. Corner where sandbox used to be.” That was from Greg, my husband. By his own admission, he is prone to the occasional hair-brained idea. But Greg’s friend Bill has chickens in his backyard and after seeing Bill’s chickens, Greg wanted to give it […]

Changing The Way We Relate To Ourselves

I opened the door at 7:00pm to greet my next client. I almost immediately had a sinking feeling in my stomach. There were two clients waiting for me in the waiting area. I don’t know how I did it, but I double booked my time with two different people. One of my clients, the one […]

Embracing The Quitter In You

I read recently that 6 out of 10 ex smokers weren’t successful on their first attempt to quit. “This new research shows that most people aren’t successful the first time they try to quit smoking. But each time you try, you learn a little more about the quitter in you. You become a little wiser […]

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