Category Archives: Connections

Happy “Give Yourself to Love” Day!

“You must give yourself to love, if love is what you’re after. Open up your hearts to the tears and laughter, And give yourself to love, give yourself to love.” These lyrics are from a song by Kate Wolf. Click … Continue reading

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Four ways to keep stress away

Great thoughts from a fellow body worker: Four ways to keep stress away.

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Look Who’s Here!

“Bells and whistles” usually refer to “technology and stuff” but do you have real ones that announce reunions, arrivals, or old-fashioned face-to-face time? My Mom has a loud brass bell, on the wall, at the back door, leading in from … Continue reading

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Today is the Day

You must express love, appreciation, and BE with those who become your “logical” family, through unconditional love and acceptance. Always. One day, we run out of days. We all come from a biological family, but it’s the creative, diverse “logical” … Continue reading

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A Lasting Touch

About a month before she died, my grandmother and I sat in her garage apartment, had snacks, and a nice long evening conversation. Our talks, on the patio, or in her apartment, were always tender, funny, and memorable. And I … Continue reading

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SF Marathon Self-Care All-Stars

A 70-year-old client, who ran a marathon for the first time A 30-year-old friend, a veteran marathoner, who had to withdraw the day before, due to illness My client made the completion of this goal a birthday gift. She was … Continue reading

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Fear of Failure or Fear of Action?

Let’s be clear: It’s not fear of failure that keeps most people stuck. It’s fear of action, any action. I’m writing about stubborn inaction, rather than pausing, or taking a legitimate time-out. It takes courage to admit inaction, if we … Continue reading

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