A visualization that helps get me through rough days is the image that emotions are like clouds in the sky. Some days will be gray and foggy, others will be dark and stormy, but eventually, the sun will shine again.


One of my first memories was when I was four. My mother was crying on her bed after a fight she had with my Dad.


“Don’t worry Mommy,” I replied as I rested my hand on her shoulder. “The sun will shine again.”

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I’m grateful for the opportunity to attend a job faire and spending time catching up with a former coworker. What a great couple of days.


A few days ago, I was scheduled to work with someone who rubbed me the wrong way. I have no problem with this young man, it’s just that a piece of me was easily irritable with him.


One of the most important lessons that I’ve learned about myself was from a book titled “Spiritual Divorce,” by Debbie Ford. Through many different exercises one of the main points was: The things that bother us about someone else are usually unhealed wounds within ourselves.

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