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Life is a Journey
November 9th, 2023

Wendy – Hey, Boomer Back in March of this year, I wrote a blog and did a show about Taking a Pause. I was rereading that article and I thought it was pretty good. I also thought that there were parts of it where I wanted to go deeper. Steven Tyler from Aerosmith sings Amazing, which contains the phrase “Life is a Journey, not a Destination.” This song is about hitting bottom, feeling the pain of wrong choices and bad decisions. And how, amazingly, we get past them. I am sure we have all been there at times in our lives. The chorus of the song says: “It’s amazingWith the blink of... Continue Reading

November 9th, 2023
Navigating Estrangement: Healing the Unseen Wounds
September 27th, 2023

Wendy – Hey, Boomer Thankfully, I am not estranged from my children. But there is no doubt that my relationship with them has changed over time. As they graduated college and began to become more independent. As they married and started their own families. It was difficult for me to recognize, accept and respect that I was no longer the most important person in their lives. Unfortunately, there are other members of my family that are experiencing estrangement. I have watched the pain and anger and confusion and hurt this has caused.  That is why I found my most recent episode on Navigating... Continue Reading

September 27th, 2023
Courage in Healing
April 27th, 2023
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Learn how you can move toward your highest and best health today: Inexplicably, I’m having difficulty putting my thoughts about courage on paper. I usually get into a nice writing flow when it comes to topics I’m passionate about. Courage is one of them. Healing is another. Though not so easy this time. Is it because I’m uncertain about writing from an intellectual perspective? Because I’m thinking […] The post Courage in Healing appeared first on Glen Alex.  Continue Reading

April 27th, 2023
Pushing Past Fear
April 5th, 2023
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I bought CeCe a beautiful pink outfit for our anniversary which she packed and carried on our recent business trip to California. How do I know it was beautiful? She kept this one — ha! When we returned home, she unpacks the new outfit — which she still had not worn — tags still attached. (This is not unusual as CeCe normally takes two to three outfits more than she needs on any given trip.) “Oh No! My pink outfit is ruined and I have not even worn it yet. Look at this, something has bled all over this.” It is easy to see, some darker color has faded all over the outfit. Yuk! After... Continue Reading

April 5th, 2023
Courage said the Lion
February 26th, 2023

 Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear — not absence of fear. We often define courage as the ability to face and overcome fear. It is not about being completely free of fear, but about being able to confront and deal with it effectively. Fear is a natural emotion that everyone experiences, and it can serve as a helpful warning sign in certain situations. Courage is not the absence of fear, but the ability to confront and overcome fear in the face of challenges or adversity. It takes courage to stand up for what one believes in, to speak out against injustice, or to face difficult or... Continue Reading

February 26th, 2023