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Feb 2, Gloria Dunn-Violin, ReVivement: Post-Retirement Thriving!

Want to Have A Life After Making a Living? As you know, my husband, Bob, died in early 2016. I was 73. What to do with the rest of my life? My decision was to surge forward. I became aware that after 53 years of adult living, I was responsible for—and beholden to—no one but myself. […]

Jan 26, Kim Knight, Bullying: Lifelong Consequences & 3 Steps Out!

Jan 26, Kim Knight, Bullying: Lifelong Consequences & 3 Steps Out! Bullying: Lifelong Consequences & 3 Steps Out!  Years ago I met a woman from New Zealand online. She was working with emotions in ways that intrigued me. We began corresponding. When she came to the US for training, she stayed with me and my […]

Jan 12, Katie Russell: Texas 4000 for Cancer

What Role Has Cancer Played in Your Life? Katie Russell is 22, a recent graduate of the University of Texas in Austin. With two simultaneous Bachelor’s degrees. And a minor in International Business. Already no slouch, she’s taking on a daunting challenge. We want you to know about it, and give you an opportunity to support […]

Nov 17, Ransom Stephens: Left Brain Speaks, the Right Brain Laughs

You Mean I’m Not “Right Brain” or “Left Brain”? Opening Remarks: Oh, no! Another perfectly good belief that has allowed us to understand and work with ourselves for many years needs to be tossed! Instead, we apparently maintain our brains like a well-working two-party legislative system: We collaborate “across the aisle” between the two hemispheres! Find out how […]

Oct 13: Eric Walrabenstein: Waging Inner Peace: Vets & PTSD

Emotions of Trauma Can Be Healed. When I saw the promise: “How 5000 Veterans Used the Ancient Secrets of Yoga and Mindfulness to Reclaim Their Lives from Stress, and How You Can, Too” I acted to bring the developer and director of Operation Boot Strap to Full Power Living. If PTSD from war can be eased […]

Sept 15, Love in the Land of Dementia: Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey

The Association of Health Care Journalists reported this information:  A report from Alzheimer’s Association, entitled “2014 Alzheimer’s disease facts and figures.” paints a stark picture about what lies ahead for many older adults. More than 5 million people in the U.S. have Alzheimer’s and related dementia; 200,000 are suffering from early onset (under age 65). […]

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