"Deb: Thanks for sharing your stories . . . my God, we can either laugh or cry, and I think we both prefer laughter. I had 5 concussions before the age of 9, and I'm pretty sure that is also catching up with me. And my husband would LOVE to have…"
"Yes, I too have been struggling with this. When it first surfaced I was not yet 40 and my friends/family would tell me it was the result of having 2 toddlers and I just had "mommy brain." However, mommy brain hasn't gone away and…"
I figure - if you can't beat 'em, well, then . . . forget what you were going to say and laugh about it. My latest blog in Huffington Post on the topic. Would love to know if you're struggling with the same thing!!…See More
"I love it, you described a familiar part of childhood - I've somehow kept my child mind fairly intact, protecting it from the (so-called) reality we live in, but one of the best ways to keep it alive is humor and I thank you for that cool…"
Last Sunday I arose later than usual, grabbed a bowl of cereal and joined my husband and youngest daughter at the dining room table. They were deep into a discussion of Dante's Inferno, a topic that had been kicking around all week.…"
I am a humorist, blogger and change consultant. I coach people and organizations through change by creating energy, strategies and laughter. I also write for women 50+ and help them laugh through the big change.
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Article: McGraw Hill Most Intriguing Business Articles of 2006
Book: "Real People, Real Change: Stories of a Change Warrior in the Business World"
Article: "Leaving Andalusia in the Broad Daylight"; Roanoker Magazine
Article: "There are No Words"; Pastoral Forum
Huffington Post: http://search.huffingtonpost.com/search?q=Donna+Highfill&s_it=h...
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I can absolutely relate to your story. I lost my twin brother to suicide. He was assisted by our narcissistic mother and sociopathic brother. My twin was not terminally ill, but very depressed. It was 5 years ago and I will grieve everyday…"