Tag: Self Assurance

I’m Back!

Posted Mar 30 2017 in , , , , , ,

Have you ever had to move to a new neighborhood, or change schools, or be set in any kind of new environment?  I don’t know about you, but I find it scary and stressful. How do you deal with changes? I get a bit on the manic side and hide in bluster.  So, I picked […]

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Seeing Reality Is Hard

Posted Sep 1 2016 in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

As you know, I usually review three books each week on my blog, but this book of short stories deserves its own post. Do find a copy of this book to read. I See Reality: Twelve Short Stories about Real Life Compiled by Grace Kendall It’s hard enough to break up with someone you’ve been […]

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No-one Is an Island

Posted Jul 7 2016 in , , , , , , ,

“No Man is an Island,” John Dunne’s poem is about humankind being better when working together, but what does that mean?  That we’re all social beings and need to interact? But how about the person suffering from severe autism.  Still, even an autistic person does need some kind of human interaction. And I expect we […]

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In Honor of Scotty Andersen and his lovely Wife, Linda

Posted Jun 23 2016 in , , , , , , , , , ,

  After a well-fought battle to concur lung problems, Linda Martin Andersen’s beloved husband Scotty “shuffled off this mortal coil” and is now breathing easily.  So, sad as the topic may be, I thought I would talk about three stellar books written on the subject of dealing with death. I do hope you readers and […]

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Being Comfortable in Your Own Skin

Posted May 12 2016 in , , , , , , , ,

If you’ve never gone through a period of life feeling ashamed, consider yourself blessed. Most people lack self confidence at some point in their lives. Teens and younger children frequently feel that. It’s part of growing up. When I was in high school I didn’t think anybody could possibly like me, especially any boy. Boys […]

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Happy Summer

Posted Jul 8 2014 in , , , , , , , , ,

This may show up twice because I’m having trouble getting this blog to load on my site.  So just read it once, unless it thrills you so much you just have to read it again. Anyway, I do hope everyone is having a happy summer and not getting flooded out, dried out, blown away, or […]

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