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Dance in the Rain

Happy?  Me?   For many years, I believed that I was a miserable cow.  I’d been told it often enough by my ex husband and I felt miserable so he was obviously right.  Right?  Well no actually.  I was miserable.  That part was true.  I thought that this was my lot in life.  I thought […]

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Why Don’t Magic Wands Work?

Is the wand the problem? I saw  a post on a friend’s Facebook recently asking “why don’t magic wands work?”.  And it got me thinking.  We all believe in something whether that’s magic or religion or even the Universal Power.  When you commit to your belief in your “thing” then it will generally give you […]

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Stuff is always going to happen

I’m having a bad day You know that feeling when you just can’t settle down to anything?  That anxious feeling, when you chest hurts, your shoulders ache, your head is pounding.  And no matter how hard you try to force yourself to do whatever it is you are “supposed to be” doing, you just can’t […]

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Love me or Hate me. I’m me.

Like or hate me It might sound odd to say it out loud.  But not everyone likes me.  Or you.  Or your partner/kids/parents.  We are all so different.  We like different things, get anxious about different things. We have different opinions and we’ve all got our own values.  I have a small circle of really […]

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