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  • Miz, That's exactly what my hubby was trying to say when he said "relationships have no color." We have been together for 18 years and married for 17 and in our eyes...
  • Glad there is science behind this phenomena.  But it doesn't make it easier, emotionally.  I crave constructive criticism that demonstrates someone has engaged my argu...
  • So many layers, as you say!  And so relevant to all of us.  I love the idea of hundreds of women writers being inspired by your post to face the camera with confidence...
  • Thanks Surviving the Draft, acceptance in all its forms and in all aspects of life, including writing, is a big key for many people. Fighting ourselves doesn't help anything or anyone but acceptance can lead us into flow.
  •  Following on Twitter and Facebook. Thanks! I finished my first novel six months after graduating college. Got an agent, but the book didn't sell. It took me ten years...
  • We all know the feeling--after months of hard work on a piece we are finally happy wit...e dark. And so it is those potential chandeliers, bare bulbs, ceiling fans, or modern swedish orbs that keep me s...
  • I love this sentiment. My favorite phrase of my mother's was/is: "Aren't we wonderful!" I find the best way to practice self-acceptance is to look yourself right in the mirror and tell yourself you are wonderful. Give it a try. It really does work!
  • Greetings Deborah,  As I reverse engineering my life, I am deliciously enjoying the fruits of my labor.  I hear the desires of everyone's heart to open the gates to st...
  • Jill, great post!  Love this line:  Instead of coming up with a list of resolutions for the New Year, think of one single way you can practice self acceptance.  Gonna...
  • Tayari, in response to your question about distance, a friend and I were just talking the other day about how chronically waiting for an acceptance can create addictiv...