Tag archive for Vulnerability

Getting mad is good for you

Getting mad is good for you

Expressed anger feels so good. When you’re good and pissed and have a chance to go off, to get it off your chest, to hand it to somebody that had it coming and let it all out…don’t you feel so much better? Anger is powerful….

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‘Tis better to receive?

‘Tis better to receive?

(In case you missed the Fall Newsletter, a few thoughts about receiving…) Okay, so it’s not better to receive, but maybe it’s time for a bit more balance between giving and receiving. Because I’ve been noticing lately the way many people receive compliments. Rarely do…

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How to feel your feelings

How to feel your feelings

A couple years ago, a teacher friend asked me to put my hand on my second chakra and tell her what I was feeling. I was sitting amongst a group of women who are all warm and caring people, and we were all taking this…

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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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