Giving Thanks Anyway

By Patti | 0 Comments

Patti here. I am finding it really easy to fall into feelings of sadness about all I am missing right now. I am missing hugs and cuddles from my still small granddaughter who lives down the road. Well, all my grandkids, but especially her because I see her so often. I am feeling anticipatory sadness…

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The Travails of 2020

By Patti | 2 Comments

Patti here. I want to preface this with I live a really wonderful life…love my family, love my job, love my life. I am nothing but lucky. And I am one of the super high risk folks who really need to go hide in a hole until this pandemic mess is all over. I don’t…

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What Else Could Be True Here?

By Grace Porter | 0 Comments

Grace here. This is one of my all time favorite questions. I am going to have to get a little theoretical with you to tell you why, so bear with me for a minute when I get there. But first, a little story.   I had an experience when I was about 16 that left…

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Keep Your Heart Open

By Grace Porter | 0 Comments

NOTE: I wrote this blog post before the death of George Floyd and the resulting heightened awareness of the racial inequalities in our society. While the words of this blog speak specifically to the experience of the pandemic, I encourage you to think about how you are attending to your heart around all of it. …

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Remembering What We Love

By Patti | 0 Comments

Patti here. When chaos hits and you lose your footing, whether from fear, overwhelm, grief or feelings of uncertainty, take a breath. Remember who and what you love.    Take a breath grounded in those feelings. Let your mind’s eye embrace your spouse, your children, your grandchildren. Your friends. Whomever you love whether they be…

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We Are Here To Love

By Patti | 0 Comments

Patti here. What strange and unsettling times these are. They have dropped us into our greatest fears and left us with deep uncertainty.     But they could also lead us away from these fears and take us toward the spaciousness of compassion.    We are advised to socially distance ourselves for the sake of our…

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Responding to COVID-19

By Dr. Hall | 0 Comments

Steve here. I sent an expanded version of this information to my practice and I wanted to make sure you all have this info too.    COVID-19 is the name given to the disease caused by a new strain of corona virus named SARS-CoV-2. There are many different kinds of corona viruses and most cause…

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How to Make Yourself More Resilient

By Dr. Hall | 2 Comments

Have you ever had one of THOSE days…you know, the bad kind where everything comes flying straight at you fast and furious with NO end in sight. Problems keep popping up every which way. You try to stay on top of things but it just doesn’t work.  You lose your cool, getting more and more…

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What if You Didn’t Have to Struggle so Much?

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We are taught early on that we have to work at things.  If we don’t succeed, then try try again.   We learn that when things get tough we should lean in,  push harder,  give it our all.  We learn that struggle is part of the process. But what if we’ve had it wrong all these…

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How to be More Productive with Less Struggle

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Okay, raise of hands. Who here wants to work more than they have to? That’s what I thought. What we really want is to be as productive with our work time as possible, especially those of us who work for ourselves (Yes! Just say “NO” to W-2s). There’s a whole bunch of advice about how…

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