Episodes: 3 Columns

25: Dating, Mating and Hibernating in Captivity

  Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify Living through a pandemic has changed how we date, and even who we date. The very way we are...

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24: Grow Towards The Light

One thing that life continues to teach us is the contrast that is inherent in it. Good and bad. Dark and light. You cannot truly appreciate one without knowing...

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23: What We Learned in 2020

2020 has been one for the history books. Literally. No one would have imagined when we rang in the New Year on January 1 that we would be in...

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22: Grateful Not Grinchy this Holiday Season

“What are you doing for the holidays?” makes some people feel like downright Grinchy while others are giddy with joy, and that is in a normal year. The holiday...

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21: Reimagining Holiday Happiness

With the holidays quickly approaching, we thought that now is the perfect time to start to envision what the holidays can and will be, when so many of the...

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20: Dream Catch and Release

As children, we dream big and believe that we can be so many things when we grow up.  Gameshow host, doctor, lawyer, nun, a Jackson.  The fearless optimism that...

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19: Discomfort Not Danger: Surviving the COVID Mind

We are all living with massive uncertainty and fear every day caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, unprecedented unemployment, and civil unrest. Our minds are overwhelmed with the stress and...

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18: This Is A Story About Control: Life’s Autopilot Mode

To live on autopilot is to live unconsciously through parts of our life. The human ability to switch to autopilot mode is a self-preservation, survival mechanism. We are all...

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17: Your Voice, Your Vote, and Our Democracy: Voting Power – Part 2

This week, we continue our discussion on why we must all vote and the responsibility that we as Americans have in order to live in this democracy. Having a...

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16: Your Voice, Your Vote, and Our Democracy: Voting Power – Part 1

Voting is a personal act, but it is also your obligation to your family, your community and your country. It has broad, societal consequences. Your vote matters. It does...

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15: The Power of Yes, Adaptability and Compassion in Action: Nurse Mary’s Story

Though used to handling emergency situations, nurses are being tested as true front line soldiers battling the Coronavirus pandemic across the country.  We all think a nurse is a...

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14: Keep Calm and Carry On: Teachers – Part 2

Our series Keep Calm and Carry On: Teachers continues this week with Part 2. In Part 1, we learned more than a thing or two from teacher Shannon Dunn...

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