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Getting to Oz Receives Two 2016 Publishing Book Awards

Hi everyone, I’m so pleased that Getting to Oz wins in the Personal Growth book category in the 10th Annual National Independent Excellence Publishing […]

New Years 2016: A Need to Belong to Each Other

I was in the airport waiting to return home from a family visit for the holidays. Two women, just behind […]

Nightcrawler’s Antihero Lou Bloom: Sociopath Par Excellence

Dan Gilroy’s 2014 thriller Nightcrawler is set in the nocturnal underbelly of Los Angeles. It’s been called a social commentary about […]

Birdman: An Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

It’s Riggan Thomson’s (Michael Keaton) last act so to speak. “This former cinema superhero is mounting an ambitious Broadway production […]

Getting to Oz: The personal journey home to your true self.

I want to tell you a story. It may be one you know, but it is worth retelling, as it […]

Why Don’t More Victims of Sexual Abuse Come Forward?

This article is a reprint from an article that I recently wrote for The Foundation for Surviving Abuse.  I give an […]

The World According to Robin Williams

12 August 2014

Tribute to Mr. Robin William’s Life Jenny (Garp’s Mother): “You know Garp, everybody dies. My parents died. Your father died. […]

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Posted in Bipolar Disorder I and II, Culture & Society, Depression, In The News, Mental Health5 Comments

Could Your Depression and Pain Really Be Fibromyalgia?

15 July 2014

Monica’s Story Since her early 20’s, Monica struggled with reoccurring bouts of flu-like symptoms of extreme fatigue, physical weakness and […]

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Posted in Health & Behavior, Pain Disorders3 Comments

A Mindful Approach to Passive Aggression

29 June 2014

I have been amazed at the hundreds of comments I regularly continue to receive on a post called How To […]

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Posted in Mental Health, Passive-aggression0 Comments

Compassionate Self-Talk Changes You For the Better

11 June 2014

Charlie Brown is a “sad-sack”, according to his friends in the Peanut’s gallery. Nothing ever seems to go his way; […]

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Posted in Culture & Society, Health & Behavior, Mindfulness, Positive self-talk6 Comments

Minding Mental Health

18 May 2014

National Mental Health Awareness Month, 2014 The….patient should be made to understand that he or she must take charge of […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Culture & Society, Mental Health0 Comments

Bipolar II Disorder: Treatment Considerations

30 April 2014

Part II of Bipolar II Disorder: Misunderstood and Misdiagnosed “Hypomania is mania with a tether, and, while it might avert […]

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Posted in Bipolar Disorder I and II, Mental Health8 Comments

Bipolar II Disorder: Misunderstood and Misdiagnosed

23 April 2014

“There is a particular kind of pain, elation, loneliness, and terror involved in the madness of bipolar illness. When you’re […]

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Posted in Bipolar Disorder I and II, Mental Health17 Comments

Is Chronic Stress the New Normal?

30 March 2014

For many of us, a good day means that we stayed on schedule, worked through deadlines, and completed the day’s […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Dealing with Stress4 Comments

7 Signs of Emotional Wellness

25 March 2014

Have you ever wondered what it really means to be emotionally healthy? Have you ever wondered how your psychological well-being […]

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Posted in Authentic Self, Beliefs, Values, Virtues, Coping & Resilience, Dealing with Stress, Decision-making and problem-solving, Empathy, Enduring hard times, Self-actualization, Self-Development, Self-esteem8 Comments

What Story Do You Have To Tell About Your Life?

23 March 2014

     Have you ever walked away from somebody and thought, what a jerk! Or maybe you’ve had the reaction, […]

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Posted in Relationships, Self-Development0 Comments

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