Posts Tagged ‘growing’

November 9, 2016

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Many awoke this morning feeling sad, scared, helpless, and marginalized. The United States Government was effectively overturned last night. It was accomplished ceremoniously, peacefully, and with full integrity. It wasn’t “rigged;” there was no bloodshed. Votes were counted and lines were drawn. Yes, it is good to be an American. Many of us never truly

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March 9, 2016

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Recently, my daughter invited me to join her at an Orangetheory Fitness class.  I was reluctant; no, I was scared.  It had been many years since I had stepped outside my comfort zone and I knew that was exactly what would happen at OTF.  On the other hand, I couldn’t say “no” to any opportunity

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February 22, 2014

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Many of you who know me well are familiar with my recent fascination with the human brain. My interest was sparked a couple of years ago while attending several continuing education classes that were designed and facilitated by Harvard Medical School neurologists. Their research and knowledge was so compelling that I fantasized (for a split

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March 10, 2012

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Comments Off on Too Busy To Be Bored? Think Again!

In a culture where “ADD” has become a slang word, is there actually an upside to losing focus, getting bored, or yearning for some excitement? Does life seem incredibly busy but somehow mundane at the same time? “Novelty-seeking” is a personality trait often associated with alcoholism, gambling, drug abuse, and extreme sports, and it can

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