The Willingness to Face Our Pain

  “Retreating into yourself to find purpose can be like straddling a dock and a boat that is moving away. We are pulled in opposite directions by the intense desire of the mind for human involvement and the equally intense need of the soul for its own company. In the … Continue reading

Spaces

I began to think about “spaces” this morning after reading a post by Laurie, one of my favorite bloggers. She is blessed with an abundance of courage and enthusiasm for life. She and her husband recently picked up and moved from the Midwest to Boise, ID. This is a popular … Continue reading

Midlife Trauma & Transformation

MANIFEST ME Midlife brings many changes, some are incredibly good, some extremely challenging. We are happy to discover a sense of confidence and freedom we may not have known in our younger days. We take on new challenges, try new things and sometimes even start over completely. Our sense of self and identity begins … Continue reading

Embrace Your Child’s Heart

The midlife transformation that begins in earnest at fifty, and that many of us have already spent a decade or more navigating, is a turning point for many. The dark, confusing period of time, during which everything around us is shifting,  is so disconcerting that it drives us every day, … Continue reading

We Have the Key

  “So often time it happens, we all live our life in chains, and we never even know we have the key.” The Eagles, Already Gone  (Quote taken from Aging Abundantly’s A Little Book of Hope)   Sometimes it takes a major crisis in our lives to wake us up. … Continue reading

When A Dream Dies

There comes a time in each woman’s life when we look at our best efforts and see only the failure. We started with a dream or a mission or a purpose.  We put ourselves behind it, believing without a doubt that we were on the right path. The path was … Continue reading

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