Monthly Archives: April 2017

For the Week of April 30, 2017: An Antidote to Stress

Dear Readers, Our house goes on the market this Wednesday, and for the past many days, we’ve been getting it ready to be shown—small repairs, removing personal objects, trimming the growth in the garden, rolling up rugs to expose the … Continue reading

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For the Week of April 23, 2017: Crossing the Border into Cancer

(A note from Sharon:  Yes, the post/writing suggestions for the coming week are early.  The reason?  I’m traveling for the next few days and will be away from my office and computer.   I’ll be back on regular Sunday postings April … Continue reading

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For the Week of April 16, 2017: A Healing Ritual

It’s been over two weeks since the expressive writing program at Scripps Green Cancer Center came to a close, a program I have led for nearly eleven years.  As has been the tradition of our final session of every series, … Continue reading

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For the Week of April 9, 2017: Letting Go to Move Forward

The effects of moving are experienced in the body, in the imagination, in the realm of desire. What the eye sees, what the body feels, what the heart yearns for, what remains and what has been lost — these are … Continue reading

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For the Week of April 2, 2017: Entering the Room of Remember

… I choose to look back… that is the only direction we can learn from. (―Wallace Stegner, The Angle of Repose, 1971) For the past two weeks, I’ve been sorting through the accumulations of a life—mine—stored in boxes not opened since … Continue reading

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