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Fear and the American Dream

Reconciliation is a word that keeps popping up in this moment. That we cannot truly go forward respectful of one another until a good deal of reconciliation has taken place to genuinely, empathetically, sorrowfully address the wounds of the past rising … Continue reading

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Studying Fears

As part of talking myself down from my own perpetually rising ledge (lifelong work in progress) I am participating in a Fearless Challenge. I’ve done this type of work before, but fears are endless, some shifting, some chronic, and any excuse … Continue reading

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Fear

Short of being in a life-threatening situation beyond your control, fear is mostly self-created.  After healing from PTSS (posttraumatic stress symptoms) over time, I recently faced a fear I had.  It occurs to me there is always that fragment of … Continue reading

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