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I’m not sure if I’ll ever be able to forgive Brad for suddenly leaving me with three children under the age of five, no job, and a mortgage on a house that we bought because he liked the location. Oh, I know it wasn’t his choice. It’s not like I sit around picturing him up on a cloud in a chaise lounge, fruity beverage in hand, waving down to me and saying, “Have fun down there!” But there have been moments of deep darkness—as I figured out the bills, health insurance, and child rearing alone—when I have wondered if he didn’t get the better part of this deal. Buy the Book

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I swear I've written a blog about this subject, but for the life of me I can't find it. So, if you've been reading this blog for years I apologize if this is a repeat. But then again, maybe it bears repeating.I received an email from someone who was generally beating herself up because of a falling out with family members during the last week. Her husband has only been gone a [...]
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So, I was at my Yin Restorative class this morning and, once again, the instructor said something that got me thinking. I both love and dislike it when this happens because it gives me a lot of food for thought, but it also makes me want to shout out, "Wait! Say that again. Does anyone have a pen hiding in their skin-tight yoga pants so I can write this down?"Needless to say, shouting [...]
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Dear Grocery Store Line Encroacher, You don't know me, but I'm the woman whose ankle you bruised while you were trying to inch your way closer to the checker in the line at the grocery store. I'm the one who had to squeeze in between the front of your cart and the handle of mine because you, believing it would get you out the door faster, left me no room to move my cart. [...]
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