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Building A Better Mental Ecosystem: Square Pegs

I finally figured it out – the whole going fallow thing. It isn’t so much about burning the weeds and allowing a new plant to grow as it is allowing the existing plants — the ones who are being choked … Continue reading

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Monday Musings: Fear, Change and Barnes & Noble

  Happy Monday! I appreciate all the wellness checks over the last couple weeks, but I swear I am not as depressed as it sounds. Okay, I might have been depressed a few weeks ago – and some really good … Continue reading

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Building a Better Mental Ecosystem: Part 2, Burning the Overgrowth

I was talking to an acquaintance about last week’s blog – which clearly touched a common nerve with many of you – and she had some interesting observations. For many women, she noted, motherhood is a huge part of their … Continue reading

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Building a Better Mental Ecosystem: Thoughts

A while back on Facebook, I wrote about nurturing my mental ecosystem. An ecosystem, as you know, is a system of interacting elements working together as one unit. If one of the elements is out of balance, the system suffers. … Continue reading

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