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The Journey Back: I Choose Me

My friend Fred sat down in the booth at Woody’s Pizza in downtown Golden, Colorado last fall. He represented sartorial splendor in that he wore a suit and tie with Italian shoes. I slid into the booth opposite him. “Good evening gentlemen,” [...]

Suicide From A Metaphysical Point Of View

First, forget sin!  From a metaphysical point of view, there’s no such thing. A person’s choices can be poor, and even evil, but as I’ve written about in discussing karma, the ripple effects of such actions create their own reverberating [...]

The Double Birth Order Of Robin Williams

Few comedians or actors have had the impact that Robin Williams has had in his lifetime. His acting roles have been both comedic and serious. His humor was “off the wall” at times that only Robin could control. It was often manic and so [...]

Shakin’ The Salt!

When I first started dating my college sweetheart, I thought his last name was so cute – Bud Peppers. Of course the Beatles popular Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was still popular and I sang it all the time. Then as graduation [...]

Podcast: The Legacy of War In The Literary Process

Listen Here: John McAfee is a military veteran and author of three novels: Slow Walk in a Sad Rain, On Rims of Empty Moons, and his latest, Ropes of the Sun. John is dedicated to educating veterans on how writing can help deal with the trauma [...]

Get Your Mind out of the Gutter

I used to hate it when people would say to me, “It’s all in your mind!” Whether trying to lose weight, quit smoking, or stop worrying, I hated those words! Yet once I came to understand there was some truth behind the cliché, I began [...]

Podcast: Poetry for Healing

Listen Here: Stacey Renee Marcus has in her 51 years has survived practically every abuse imaginable. She has a story to tell and does so through her collection of poetry, now in book form titled Revelations of the Anonymous. Poetry for Healing What [...]

How To Handle Discouragement

At some moments in our lives, we feel depressed or “low” from something that happened to us. We might suffer a defeat on the sporting field. We may lose a friend or spouse. At some juncture, we may grieve our circumstance in a hopeless job [...]

Podcast: The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution

Listen Here: Food Mood Expert Trudy Scott is a certified nutritionist on a mission to educate and empower women worldwide about the healing powers of real whole food and some pretty amazing nutrients, so they can find natural solutions for [...]

I Am My Problem: Now What?

Upon realizing we source our difficulties we may feel trapped. Good news is this realization can instigate change to benefit us for life. Self-honesty to identify ourselves as our own challenge is courageous, bringing rewards. Once we realize [...]

You Are Loved When You Are Challenged

Therapy can be enjoyable, feel healthy, and create good experiences. Hi Friends. Last blog I suggested choosing inner-dialogue in a way that feels delicious and nurturing. I mentioned that PTSD, anxiety, and depression can be positive journeys.  [...]

How To Find An Effective Mental Health Therapist

One of the main issues people seeking help have is how to find a good mental health therapist. Many people have told me that they have had a difficult time in finding the right counselor for their mental health needs. Here are some suggestions [...]

How I Took Care Of My Pets And My Mental Health Issues

I have struggled with fear and anxiety for over 20 years. There were some weeks I really struggled in doing my daily routines. As an animal lover, I also have some pets and I always worried what would happen to my pets if my mental health got [...]