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Embrace Your Child’s Heart

Embrace Your Child’s Heart

The midlife transformation that begins in earnest at fifty, and that many of us have already spent a decade or more navigating, is a turning point for many. The dark, confusing period of time, during which everything around us is shifting,  is so disconcerting that it drives us every day, with much earnestness, to...
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The Holiday Blues

The Holiday Blues

The holiday season is winding down. If you’ve made it this far and haven’t had a bout of the blues, you’re doing great! Pat yourself on the back and keep whistling a happy tune. Your positive energy will surely spill over on someone who could use it! For many, however, the holidays bring up...
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We Have the Key

We Have the Key

  “So often time it happens, we all live our life in chains, and we never even know we have the key.” The Eagles, Already Gone  (Quote taken from Aging Abundantly’s A Little Book of Hope)   Sometimes it takes a major crisis in our lives to wake us up. Often it just takes...
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Devotion is a Gift of Aging

Devotion is a Gift of Aging

When I see elderly couples together it warms my heart. Whether they are husband and wife, or friends walking arm in arm offering support and comfort to one another, I am lifted up. Aging doesn’t have to be a lonely, miserable venture. It can be a time of building trust and lowering our defenses...
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When A Dream Dies

When A Dream Dies

There comes a time in each woman’s life when we look at our best efforts and see only the failure. We started with a dream or a mission or a purpose.  We put ourselves behind it, believing without a doubt that we were on the right path. The path was to take us on...
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Learn to Listen to Your Heart

Learn to Listen to Your Heart

One of the most important things we can do to create change in our lives, at midlife and beyond, is to learn to listen to our hearts. I paid lip service to this idea for years. I thought I was listening to myself, but I came to realize that I had so many complex...
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