I used to strive mightily to keep my personal and professional identities separate and somewhat walled off from each other. I realize now I did that out of fear, and related to a memory of a former boss using my personal life against me in my professional world. It caused me to contract and curl … Continue reading Personal vs professional – erasing my border wall
One year ago today my second book, If I Could Tell You How It Feels was published. It has been a wonderful year of new connections, and opportunities. I have a tremendous feeling of satisfaction that my books have been a source of information, relatability, and comfort for survivors of trauma, someone living with a … Continue reading Saturday Share – Happy 1st Birthday to If I Could Tell You How It Feels — Untangled
Today I will tell my team about my career decision news. My director scheduled a mandatory conference call so I could tell them in my own words what I intend to do, and that I will leave the company in early August. It is interesting that my subconscious was working on this task as I … Continue reading Curtain call
Went to the Dance Class. I promised myself I would. Good to learn New Things. *** Learned a new routine. Not concerned with perfection. Dance: Music Plus Fun! firstname.lastname@example.org
Today is my Mom's birthday. I want to write about her to honor her today and let her know what she means to me. Mom is my earliest teacher and one of my best teachers. She is an advocate who has always been in my corner, and I am so grateful for her. Mom was the … Continue reading Happy birthday, Mom
I have been reading posts from roughly 80% of my women friends on facebook and some men too on their experiences with sexual assault and sexual harassment. By some miracle I have never endured the former, but I have endured the latter, as I think perhaps 98% of women have experienced. This is why, for … Continue reading Me too. And unlike any.