When the pain of being in a relationship weighs heavier on your heart than the pain you’ll inevitably feel when it’s over, making that decision to let go can still be difficult – or is that the easy part?Continue reading “You’ve said goodbye. But was that the easy part?”
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Many of my readers have reached out with the request to read pieces directly on my blog versus a third party site. My objective was to drive readers to The Elephant Journal and/or other online publications to broaden my reach and gain support as well as publicity for a future book.Continue reading “An update for my readers.”
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With all that’s going on in our society today, one cannot help but wonder about what freedom means. Freedom of speech. Free to be you and me. Free to be getting something for nothing. Or free to be liberated from whatever the heck you want to be liberated from.Continue reading “Let freedom ring.”
Reflecting upon the males who have passed through my life, I feel a sense of gratitude and appreciation.
A woman flying solo over the age of 50 can sometimes spiral into the depths of self-pity and despair because she has loved and lost – so many times. Often the questions posed to one’s self are – even if never vocalized – what am I doing wrong? Why do I always end up alone? Am I not lovable? Am I difficult? And the onslaught of personal incriminations ensue. We’ve rendered ourselves unworthy witches who don’t deserve love. We’ve looked at all the ways we could have changed or have behaved differently so that he – the many he’s – would have stayed.Continue reading “To all the men I’ve loved before. A note of gratitude.”
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