Breaking up

Who I Am

March 8, 2012

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Reading great writing can do a lot of things. It can entertain us, make us laugh or cry, it can frustrate us, and on the rare occasion we come across a writer who is truly gifted, it can simply take our breath away. Liz at I Am Pisspot has that gift. I am honored her […]


“Do one thing every day that scares you.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt Stepping out of our comfort zone to do something that scares us can be overwhelming. It is safe to stick with what is known; we have a routine and we can guess the outcome of our day-to-day activities as a result. Predictable is safe, but […]


“What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning.The end is where we start from.” ~T. S. Eliot It is an honor for me to receive a direct email from someone who shares his or her personal story and then asks for advice. I do the […]


Writing, like relationships, can turn unexpectedly. I can have a plan and be hopeful of the results, but it could end in a way that I have not anticipated. Today I had a wonderful, hope-filled post about finding love and keeping it alive. But after a 20-year marriage that ended, and a complete train-wreck of […]


There’s a plethora of information on the internet about surviving a divorce, but what about advice for individuals supporting their separated friends? For those interested in being supportive, but never experiencing divorce personally, it can be confusing. A reader recently sent me an email asking how she could best support her separated friend. She suggested I […]