Tag archive for Overcoming fear

New program! It’s free (and will change your life)

New program! It’s free (and will change your life)

Happy Summer Solstice! The weather in the Northwest has been so consistently perfect that it felt like summer arrived early. Now that it’s officially here, we can officially celebrate. So I am officially announcing the Summer of Self Love, a new program for YOU, by me….

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What I learned from thinking I was dying

What I learned from thinking I was dying

We were in the middle of a *challenging* day of flying. It seemed everything was conspiring to keep us from taking the trip to Tampa, which we’ve been planning to do for months. First we missed a ferry from Vashon Island, then the next one…

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Guilt sucks

Guilt sucks

I worked in an Emergency Room after graduating from college. There was a nurse there that I never got that close to, but I always really liked. To be honest, I think she scared me a little. I think she scared everyone a little. But I…

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Make way for joy

Make way for joy

Isn’t it odd that we start asking kids when they’re three years old what they want to be when they grow up? It’s true…several people have already asked Dawson what he wants to Be. He says “soccer.” His answer is perfect, actually — it’s the…

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Undressing fear

Undressing fear

Fear. Lurking behind so many tough emotions, experiences, and circumstances, there it is. Insidious, ubiquitous, self-limiting and really very boring, as Elizabeth Gilbert pointed out in this excellent post. When we imagine fear, our minds might conjure images of boogeymen jumping from the bushes, of…

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