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Look up the word “compromise” and you will get definitions including descriptions like settlement, concession, or less than desirable. Let’s face it. Compromise by definition is lose-lose. Each side loses something from what is desired. Sure, we don’t always get … Continue reading
Emotion like an untamed animal roams through our lives, if unchecked. It can tear our facade, ignite our feeling, and hasten our action. In its purest form, emotion is electric charge travel through our nerves. Like an electric storm, … Continue reading
Karen Beth’s piece below better illuminates the phrase, “hope is a function of struggle” by Renee Brown. Better because Karen’s own struggle with sexual abuse as a child makes the phrase more personal and meaningful. Her interpretation of hope that … Continue reading
It’s the week before Christmas, and “humble” best describes how I felt this time of the year. Surely growing older does not guarantee proportional gain in wisdom. In fact, as Albert Einstein said, the more I learn, the more I … Continue reading
Psychological wounds are injuries to our mental health like rejection, criticism, and failure. They are common in our day-to-day experience but are not necessarily well handled according to Dr. Guy Winch, a licensed psychologist. Sure, as kids, we heard the … Continue reading