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What an idiot!
One stupid maneuver of mine in a series of many…(insert face palm here) I came home from work yesterday feeling oddly, “punchy”. It was Friday and although I worked hard, we ladies in the office were conversing and laughing … Continue reading
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Gandhi, Maslow and Me, Living it up Harmoniously…
~ Abraham Maslow My husband grew up within a normal family dynamic, full of unity, unconditional love and support. All his needs were met as a child and into adulthood. His family’s love never wavered. This is what should be … Continue reading
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