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Day 30: Partners with Cancer – Day 1 – Holy Crap!

Almost 3 months ago, my Partner told me that her doctor recommended that she go in for a mammogram.  She then disclosed that she had found a lump in her breast and asked her doctor to check it.  That was … Continue reading

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Day 29: Conceptualizing my Mind Room

Much of my world within this three dimensional existence has to do with the spatial qualities or requirements of ‘stuff’. Yes, size matters – especially when you’re involved in warehousing. So, conceptualizing this MindRoom of mine – even though it’s in … Continue reading

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Day 24: The Plight of the Middle Class

For context see:  Congress-Middle-class-shrank-2000s-worst-decade-modern-history Last week, Pew Research Center, a non-partisan independent research group, released a report verifying what most of us already knew regarding the decade of the 2000s, summing it up with this comment: “America’s middle class has … Continue reading

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Day 23: Spring Forward, Fall Back

This ‘catchphrase’ that’s often used in the US as a reminder of which way to adjust the clock at the beginning and end of Daylight Savings Time, is rather indicative of my progress within my process.  It may very well … Continue reading

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Day 20: Failure Fear Fail

In facing the postponement character through and as distractions within and as myself, I recognized yet another character of postponement:  the Fear of Failure character.  This character will rear its ugly head on a regular basis, if allowed, and can … Continue reading

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Day 12: Tooth or Consequences

I might have been 10 years old the first time I went to the dentist and, it was an emergency visit.  One night I was crunching down on something and one my molars just crumbled.  It had decayed from the … Continue reading

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Day 9 – Conversing with the Voice in My Head

At first glance at this title, one might wonder if there’s a diagnosis of schizophrenia looming…  But, if THAT were so, we’d all be undergoing psychoanalysis because, we all do it.  Really, it happens all the time…  Need an example?   … Continue reading

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