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Dreams

The first decade of my life was dedicated to dreaming. i’m no longer shy, but I’m not sure I would dream as big as I dream today if it were not for those awkward years in my head. My teenage years … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Notes: The Consult

My career journal is filled with scraps of paper, my dreams, countless questions, and thoughts; all of which bring a flood of memories with one powerful statement, which is “I wish someone would have told me this.” So, I’ll be … Continue reading

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Emotional Gifts

After I retired, I had time to go through boxes of personal papers that I had saved. These included letters that current friends and family had written to me over many years. It was fun rereading many of these, but … Continue reading

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Tension Between Adult Children and Their Parents

I’m a grown millennial. My parents are aging. Unfortunately, I don’t have much in common with them. I live nearby and they want me to visit them every week. They’re disorganized and I like to be organized. They don’t plan … Continue reading

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Photo Hosatge

With cellphones holding thousands of photos, I have found myself being held hostage by people searching their phones for photos. These are the people who, in the middle of a conversation, get excited to show a particular picture. Oftentimes, they … Continue reading

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