Its a “snow day” in the ATL today. That means that the temperatures may dip below freezing and the cold rain may solidify into ice or snow. In an an abundance of caution (and probably a fear of a cluster this close to the Super Bowl), the local schools have all decided to implement OnlineContinue reading “What We Gain From Reading Fiction”
Tag Archives: Self-Help
Taking Responsibility: How to Tell When It’s Your Stuff to Own
It can be challenging to determine when something falls on somebody else’s shoulders and when it it is ultimately your responsibility to bear. Here are four ways to tell if it’s your stuff to own – 1 – A pattern keeps repeating. When I first started casually dating post-divorce, I had guys start toContinue reading “Taking Responsibility: How to Tell When It’s Your Stuff to Own”
Don’t Take Your Divorce Personally
As a homework assignment for girl’s weekend this past summer, I was asked to read The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. I was fully willing, but somewhat skeptical, since as the only child of a counselor, I was raised on a steady diet of self-help. I think I overdosed. After the first few pages,Continue reading “Don’t Take Your Divorce Personally”
Are You Pot Bound In Your Life?
When I first started gardening, I was timid with my new plants. I would very gently ease them out of their nursery pots, cutting away at any plastic that was bound too tightly. I would carefully tease apart the roots, unwinding them from their circular pot-shaped path and tenderly place the new acquisition in itsContinue reading “Are You Pot Bound In Your Life?”