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A Time Sensitive Note

As some of you may know, my life has taken some new twists and turns and I’m now happily married, living in the country outside of San Miguel de Allende, just turned 70, and semi-retired from my Psychology practice. And, my daughter, Alli, is now in charge of

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With a Little Help From My Friends

It’s been a month since I’ve sent out this newsletter. In some ways, it seems like forever ago and, in other ways, it seems like yesterday. Much has happened during this last month that has impacted the whole world

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UPDATE AND CHANGES

There are things that happen in our lives that truly shake us to the core and we are changed forever. For me, the past months have, indeed, shaken me and have changed my path moving forward. How do I know I have changed? I know because I feel softer, more

Read More »

What I’ve Learned About Caregiving

I’ve learned so much about myself over the past couple of weeks as I’ve entered into the role of caregiver for my husband, Michael. He has been recovering from surgery and I’ve stepped up to the plate.

Read More »

Practice What I Teach

It’s been a time when I’ve been challenged to practice what I teach. For over 45 years, I’ve been in the field of alternative and complementary medicine and have always believed and experienced the importance of combining standard medical treatments with

Read More »

A Wise Woman

A wise woman wishes to be no one’s enemy. A wise woman refuses to be anyone’s victim.  Maya Angelou My

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There Is Only One Journey

We’re going to the beach!!!!!!! I’m so excited and filled with anticipation that I can hardly wait. I love to journey because it is such an incredible opportunity to not only discover new places but to discover new parts of myself. When I set an intention for the journey

Read More »

The Key to Happiness

A friend sent me an article this week that I found fascinating and would like to share with you. As a Psychologist, I’ve always been interested in the workings of the brain and have followed research concerning the link between neuroscience and Psychology

Read More »

The Magic of Visualization

After almost one year, we’ll be finished next week with the remodeling/creation of our home! As this moment of completion is approaching, I have been reflecting on the process of how it came to be. I remember the day that Michael and I talked about how we

Read More »

Unexpected Opportunities

I’ve had a lot of unexpected opportunities in my life. Like most of you, I’ve followed through on some and not on others. I’m sure you can relate, right? But, whether I followed through or not, I’ve come to realize that these opportunities were usually related to goals I had created or intentions I had made. So, why did they seem unexpected and why did I follow through on some and not others? Maybe it’s because they came in a different “package” than what I had expected. Or, maybe it’s because they seemed even better than what I expected. Or, maybe they came at an unexpected time. Or, maybe I just wasn’t ready!

Read More »

Today is a Special Day

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day in the United States where it’s always the second Sunday in May. I tried to explain that to my Mexican neighbors and they couldn’t understand why Mother’s Day wasn’t always on the same day every year like it is in Mexico. That conversation made me think about special days – we have so many. There is Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Children’s Day, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving Day, Independence Day, Day of the Dead, Memorial Day, Easter Day, Birthday, etc. etc. As I thought about it, I became curious to know what today, May the 13th, is because it doesn’t seem particularly special. Or, is it?

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What Not to Wear

I subscribe to a newsletter called “Next Avenue” because I enjoy their articles about dealing with aging and all of the joys and challenges associated with that experience.  I also find that it has a universal application for all ages in the area of Health & Well-Being, Money & Security, Work & Purpose, Living & Learning and Caregiving.  So, even though I usually end up “unsubscribing” to many of the newsletters I try; I have kept this one active.  I read it and I enjoy it.

Read More »

Commitment

missed sending the newsletter last week due to a bad case of salmonella. Those of us who live in Mexico can understand! All week I thought about the missed newsletter. I wanted to write it, I didn’t feel well enough, I wanted to write it, I tried to write it, I didn’t feel well enough. It really bothered me (a lot). So, I reflected about this and realized that why I was bothered so much was because I had made commitment, long ago, to making a difference in the world through my healing profession and the newsletter has become an important part of that.

Read More »

Re-Birth!

n a matter of a little over two years, my whole life has changed. Three of my best friends died. I married Michael, the man of my dreams. I was blessed with 4 new children and 6 grandchildren. I moved to the country from living “in town” and we created a beautiful home together. There was a complete change of staff at LifePath due to unforeseen circumstances. My daughter, Alli, moved from Oregon to San Miguel de Allende to become General Manager of LifePath. I began the process of changing my role in a company I have loved for over 17 years including retiring from my therapy practice. I faced serious health challenges and have recovered. And, Michael and I have begun a new personal growth business combining our skills and talents. Whew!

Read More »

Risk Taking!

Risk taking! There is a lot written about this subject and, yet, many still fear taking risks. It’s stepping out of our comfort zones, it’s accepting the unknown, it’s scary, and it’s exciting and creative at the same time. I guess that’s why it’s called “Risk Taking” and not called “Sure Thing Taking”!

Read More »

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Share: “Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.” Dr. Seuss  I’ve been thinking a lot lately about fun and what it is that fills me with joy and laughter. When I was growing up, my mother and my sister and I used to laugh so hard that I couldn’t catch my breath. And, with tears of joy streaming down my face, we’d start laughing again over the most ridiculous things.

Read More »

Showing Up As Our Best Selves

Share: “The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.”– William James My favorite place is on our back terrace at home. No matter how stressed I “think” I am (smile), I can always find solace in this space. Somehow it seems easier to choose thoughts of peace when I am here.

Read More »

There is Only Time For Loving

Many of you may know my dear cocker spaniel, Sophie. She’s been with me now for almost 14 years and has been my constant companion. In fact, some of my clients looked forward to seeing Sophie when they came for a session and would ask for her; if she wasn’t with me. She’s still with me although she doesn’t come to LifePath anymore. It’s difficult for her now because of her age but she seems happy at our home in the country. She has what the vets call “doggie dementia” so she gets confused but what she doesn’t get confused about is my relationship with her and how much I love her. She still bounces up and down, like a puppy, when I come home. And, I’m thrilled to see her, too.

Read More »

A Time Sensitive Note

As some of you may know, my life has taken some new twists and turns and I’m now happily married, living in the country outside of San Miguel de Allende, just turned 70, and semi-retired from my Psychology practice. And, my daughter, Alli, is now in charge of

Read More »

With a Little Help From My Friends

It’s been a month since I’ve sent out this newsletter. In some ways, it seems like forever ago and, in other ways, it seems like yesterday. Much has happened during this last month that has impacted the whole world

Read More »

UPDATE AND CHANGES

There are things that happen in our lives that truly shake us to the core and we are changed forever. For me, the past months have, indeed, shaken me and have changed my path moving forward. How do I know I have changed? I know because I feel softer, more

Read More »

What I’ve Learned About Caregiving

I’ve learned so much about myself over the past couple of weeks as I’ve entered into the role of caregiver for my husband, Michael. He has been recovering from surgery and I’ve stepped up to the plate.

Read More »

Practice What I Teach

It’s been a time when I’ve been challenged to practice what I teach. For over 45 years, I’ve been in the field of alternative and complementary medicine and have always believed and experienced the importance of combining standard medical treatments with

Read More »

A Wise Woman

A wise woman wishes to be no one’s enemy. A wise woman refuses to be anyone’s victim.  Maya Angelou My

Read More »

There Is Only One Journey

We’re going to the beach!!!!!!! I’m so excited and filled with anticipation that I can hardly wait. I love to journey because it is such an incredible opportunity to not only discover new places but to discover new parts of myself. When I set an intention for the journey

Read More »

The Key to Happiness

A friend sent me an article this week that I found fascinating and would like to share with you. As a Psychologist, I’ve always been interested in the workings of the brain and have followed research concerning the link between neuroscience and Psychology

Read More »

The Magic of Visualization

After almost one year, we’ll be finished next week with the remodeling/creation of our home! As this moment of completion is approaching, I have been reflecting on the process of how it came to be. I remember the day that Michael and I talked about how we

Read More »

Unexpected Opportunities

I’ve had a lot of unexpected opportunities in my life. Like most of you, I’ve followed through on some and not on others. I’m sure you can relate, right? But, whether I followed through or not, I’ve come to realize that these opportunities were usually related to goals I had created or intentions I had made. So, why did they seem unexpected and why did I follow through on some and not others? Maybe it’s because they came in a different “package” than what I had expected. Or, maybe it’s because they seemed even better than what I expected. Or, maybe they came at an unexpected time. Or, maybe I just wasn’t ready!

Read More »

Today is a Special Day

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day in the United States where it’s always the second Sunday in May. I tried to explain that to my Mexican neighbors and they couldn’t understand why Mother’s Day wasn’t always on the same day every year like it is in Mexico. That conversation made me think about special days – we have so many. There is Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Children’s Day, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving Day, Independence Day, Day of the Dead, Memorial Day, Easter Day, Birthday, etc. etc. As I thought about it, I became curious to know what today, May the 13th, is because it doesn’t seem particularly special. Or, is it?

Read More »

What Not to Wear

I subscribe to a newsletter called “Next Avenue” because I enjoy their articles about dealing with aging and all of the joys and challenges associated with that experience.  I also find that it has a universal application for all ages in the area of Health & Well-Being, Money & Security, Work & Purpose, Living & Learning and Caregiving.  So, even though I usually end up “unsubscribing” to many of the newsletters I try; I have kept this one active.  I read it and I enjoy it.

Read More »

Commitment

missed sending the newsletter last week due to a bad case of salmonella. Those of us who live in Mexico can understand! All week I thought about the missed newsletter. I wanted to write it, I didn’t feel well enough, I wanted to write it, I tried to write it, I didn’t feel well enough. It really bothered me (a lot). So, I reflected about this and realized that why I was bothered so much was because I had made commitment, long ago, to making a difference in the world through my healing profession and the newsletter has become an important part of that.

Read More »

Re-Birth!

n a matter of a little over two years, my whole life has changed. Three of my best friends died. I married Michael, the man of my dreams. I was blessed with 4 new children and 6 grandchildren. I moved to the country from living “in town” and we created a beautiful home together. There was a complete change of staff at LifePath due to unforeseen circumstances. My daughter, Alli, moved from Oregon to San Miguel de Allende to become General Manager of LifePath. I began the process of changing my role in a company I have loved for over 17 years including retiring from my therapy practice. I faced serious health challenges and have recovered. And, Michael and I have begun a new personal growth business combining our skills and talents. Whew!

Read More »

Risk Taking!

Risk taking! There is a lot written about this subject and, yet, many still fear taking risks. It’s stepping out of our comfort zones, it’s accepting the unknown, it’s scary, and it’s exciting and creative at the same time. I guess that’s why it’s called “Risk Taking” and not called “Sure Thing Taking”!

Read More »

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Share: “Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.” Dr. Seuss  I’ve been thinking a lot lately about fun and what it is that fills me with joy and laughter. When I was growing up, my mother and my sister and I used to laugh so hard that I couldn’t catch my breath. And, with tears of joy streaming down my face, we’d start laughing again over the most ridiculous things.

Read More »

Showing Up As Our Best Selves

Share: “The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.”– William James My favorite place is on our back terrace at home. No matter how stressed I “think” I am (smile), I can always find solace in this space. Somehow it seems easier to choose thoughts of peace when I am here.

Read More »

There is Only Time For Loving

Many of you may know my dear cocker spaniel, Sophie. She’s been with me now for almost 14 years and has been my constant companion. In fact, some of my clients looked forward to seeing Sophie when they came for a session and would ask for her; if she wasn’t with me. She’s still with me although she doesn’t come to LifePath anymore. It’s difficult for her now because of her age but she seems happy at our home in the country. She has what the vets call “doggie dementia” so she gets confused but what she doesn’t get confused about is my relationship with her and how much I love her. She still bounces up and down, like a puppy, when I come home. And, I’m thrilled to see her, too.

Read More »

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