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Written words to help you on your sensitive journey

Worst. Gratitude List. Ever. (But So Powerful!)

Yesterday, I wrote a “nice” gratitude post listing 7 things I’m grateful for. Today, I promised you a “naughty” one.    This is a difficult list to write, but once you master the art of writing this type of twisted list, you free yourself from the painful...

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7 things I’m grateful for…

For many in the US, Thanksgiving is a time when we reflect on the things we’re grateful for. While gratitude is high on the vibration scale, appreciation is even higher. You want to get high? Start taking appreciation shots.    But to get to the pure...

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How to Move Through the Pain of a Tragedy

My 16 year old stepdaughter goes to Saugus High School - the very same school where a 16 year old boy, on his birthday last Thursday, opened fire with a .45 caliber handgun in the school’s outdoor Quad and shot 5 students before turning the gun on...

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Are you an Identifier, Survivor, Observer or Alchemist?

Last week, I invited you to a free virtual event where I talk about the 4 stages of emotional awakening for an empath and sensitive soul. Do you know which stage you’re in? Knowing which stage you’re in can help you to not only understand why you are the...

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I don’t care about how you feel

I want to be lovingly (or brutally - you choose which word is accurate for you) honest with you today. Not that I’m not honest with you every time I write, but today, let’s get down to the core of how I really feel about your feelings.    The truth is: I...

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The Evolutionary Empath

A few weeks ago, I mentioned an interview I did with a major network where the host asked me, “What’s next for the evolving empath?” This has been brewing in me for the past couple of months and I haven’t been able to talk about it until now as the network...

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What’s Next for the Evolving Empath?

I recently did an interview with a major network where I talked about being an empath, feeling deep emotions and how to transmute them. I’m sworn to secrecy about the details of the interview for now, but I’ll be able to talk about it later this month as...

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Answering the Call of Your Emotions

  “I want to watch that movie with you,” my stepdaughter said Friday night after watching “Five Feet Apart” with her friends. I asked her why, knowing that she’s already seen it twice.   “Because it’s devastating.”   “Why in the world would I want to...

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Dreading the family holiday gathering?

Photo by Carl Flor   I used to dread family holiday gatherings.   On one hand, I wanted to see my family for Christmas because we lived in different states and I missed them. I Iove the idea of family gathered around the Christmas tree opening presents...

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Permission to Begin Again

My friend just turned 50. She’s a psychologist and hates her job. I ask why she continues doing it and she tells me she’s invested too much time, energy and money into it to quit. This is the exact same reason she told me 20+ years ago when she became a psychologist...

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The Deepening of Surrender

Last week, I wrote about the call to surrender. This week, I was given an opportunity to dive deeper into surrender when my dog, Bailey, became critically ill. (Don’t worry, this story has a happy ending) When we’re faced with the potential loss of a loved one, we...

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