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Your Stories Don’t Define You, How You Tell Them Will

Nov 24, 2020

This week’s episode of the podcast was an unexpected opportunity to record a conversation I had with a dear friend and veteran Ron Burns – on Veteran’s Day – in my home.

We usually get together for a beer when he visits, and as we started talking, and he started sharing stories and thoughts about current events,...

Nov 17, 2020

I woke up the other day inspired to write a blog post encouraging people to really re-think their holidays this year, to avoid trying to make them feel “normal”, and stressing out over obligations they cannot meet.

Madly typing away, I knew I was on to something important, inspiring even!

Sarah with dog in snowFor some reason, I saved...

Nov 10, 2020

Meg Nocero worked as a prosecuting attorney for 20 years. She saw every kind of human in that work, and yes, after a while the job might have contributed to trust issues.

But when she lost her mom, she felt like a corner of the foundation of her home started to crumble, causing a sense of imbalance, of instability.


Nov 3, 2020

Michael sat with his mother when she went to the hospital for breast cancer treatment appointments. He was struck by the compassionate care of her doctors, the fact that they treated her with dignity, kindness, and as if she was far more than a patient or a diagnosis.

He was in high school at the time, and had all kinds...