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Facing IT

“If we let ourselves face IT, the secrets of life will be revealed.” Continue reading

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Out of the Pit: Now What?

It’s never too late to make big changes.  But it does require big desire and commitment. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 12: Abandoned Again!

I am never alone. Even for a heavy-lifting garage project, the spiritual “helpers” who have always been there for me were there to help me, even for this. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 10: Concrete!

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I’m getting to be a pro at living in the moment, fully present – a skill I learned at Kripalu in 1990. This guy has given me more practice than all my colleagues and students when I was a professor. And I believe that’s why he’s here: to help me get even better because we’re both reflecting opportunities to work on our “stuff.” Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 9: Court Day!

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I finally realized how I was contributing to and reinforcing his lack of responsibility. Continue reading

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Articles: My Weird Indie Publishing Project

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Things change in the publishing business. And we learn more every week about those changes if we’re committed to being a writer.
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“Why” Do My Weird Indie Project?

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The unexpected gift of writing the trilogy: it was about my weird relationship with Mom and the underlying reason for being intensely depressed so long ago. Continue reading