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Surviving Midlife Online Course

Surviving Midlife – guidance and support for women through the sometimes treacherous journey from childbirth to birthing themselves.  Somewhere between the ages of 35 and 45, (and which continues until our death) women begin the process of the midlife journey … Continue reading

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Authentic Freedom Academy – Exciting News!

For the past 20+ years, I have been developing curriculum – courses to support adults in the journey of self-actualization.  All of these courses arose out of my own process of self-development and are rooted in my connection with the … Continue reading

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Surviving Midlife – New online course!

Surviving Midlife – guidance and support for women through the sometimes treacherous journey from childbirth to birthing themselves. 12 self-paced online lessons with instructor guidance and support. Only $66.00!!!! Somewhere between the ages of 35 and 45, (and which continues … Continue reading

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A Balm for My Soul – the Poetry of Wendy E. Slater

I love how chance (or perhaps it is fate) brings us exactly what we need exactly when we need it.  This is how I came upon the heart-rendering poetry of Wendy E. Slater, in her latest release, Into the Hearth.  “Heart-rendering” is … Continue reading

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Surviving Midlife – A Map

Back by popular demand, this fall I will be facilitating my Surviving Midlife class.  Somewhere between the ages of 33 and 40, women begin the (often treacherous) journey from childbirth to birthing themselves.  Surviving Midlife provides support in understanding the … Continue reading

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The Midlife Transition – I haven’t forgotten!

Somewhere between the ages of 35 and 45, (and which continues until our death) women begin the process of the midlife journey – a process through which they move beyond childbearing to birthing themselves.  For many, the advent of this transition … Continue reading

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Falling in Love with Ourselves

Whether it is the midlife journey, the ascension journey or the just plain human journey, it seems to me that the goal is really one and the same.  The goal, is to fall in love with ourselves. Falling in love … Continue reading

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Revisiting Old Wounds

As we enter into the holiday season, it is important to be mindful that while this is a time of celebration, for many, holidays stir up old sorrow, old wounds and feelings of loneliness. This is also true of the midlife … Continue reading

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Loneliness in Midlife

Confronting the pain of loneliness is a significant part of the midlife journey.  Whether feeling alone in a marriage or the loneliness of being alone, loneliness is an experience that becomes excruciating during midlife.  Accompanied by the longing for “that … Continue reading

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Sidelined by our Failures Part 2

Parker Palmer, in his book, Let Your Life Speak, has something to say about failures.  He identifies them as heralds of our limitations.  In other words, our failures help us to know ourselves.  The midlife journey is about knowing ourselves … Continue reading

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