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Coloring Outside the Lines

Coloring books are everywhere! In case you haven’t yet discovered this, step into your local craft store, big chain book store, or even the local drug store, and you’ll see coloring [...]

QUESTIONS & ACES

Terrific questions and comments about the Adverse Childhood Experience Survey (ACES) abounded after I posted an article on them here. I’m guessing with the ACE score that higher isn’t [...]

ACES HIGH?

Do you ever wonder if your past has anything to do with your present health? Not only just present mental health, but also physical health? It’s something I’ve thought a lot about, [...]

SOMEONE IS LIVING IN MY HOUSE

It was the summer of 2010. Earlier that year, I had come to grips with the fact that a single incident of sexual molestation back in 1969 still had its claws in my life. I had denied its [...]

SHE MATTERS. YOU MATTER.

She matters. From the woman raped in Kenya to the woman molested as a child by her uncle, we matter because of the shame and secrecy and silence culturally imposed upon us, namely that at some [...]

WHAT DO YOU SEE?

A young women walks down a lane in daylight. Two men approach. What happens next is fictionalized. But does it have to be? This one-minute video generates questions for me, so many that I want to [...]

IMPERFECT is the NEW PERFECT

I’ve been working on a new project called the WONDER COMPASS Story Art Pages. It’s my first go at exploring the WONDER COMPASS through art-making and Journey Prompts. I’m so [...]

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