Tag Archives: Resistance

I was almost kicked out of honors English (or… The dangerous dance with “unearned” support)

Last week, Cheri wanted to reach out to everyone who supported her campaign and found that she was having trouble. Words were scarce, emotions jumbled, and her gratitude, which had been soaring, was suddenly fighting for lift against a thousand … Continue reading

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We did it!! And I’m having trouble believing.

Last night, about 7pm California time, the campaign to help Cheri beat cancer reached its $5500 goal. Done. Finished. Final. Complete. Hallelujah! We were celebrating quite joyously this morning over on the campaign page, so you can check that out … Continue reading

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The ant and the boot

Next week, I’m going to do something that scares me half to death. In a nutshell: The shero’s journey of a former client (you might remember Cheri) has taken a very dark turn. She’s been given a cancer diagnosis and … Continue reading

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Need a laugh about “worthless, unworthy, and not good enough?”

I am a PIECE OF WORK! This week, I’ve been resisting all good things in the name of being “worthless, unworthy, and not good enough.” Sound familiar? Well, it finally broke in hilarious fashion by, of all things, embracing fully my attachment … Continue reading

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We are L O U S Y at valuing ourselves

This past week marked the beginning of my son’s summer vacation. He doesn’t really get what that means yet; he’s only four and went to school only a few mornings a week last year. But I’m excited on his behalf. To … Continue reading

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