Becoming a Warrior of the Light & Discovering the Sacred: A Spiritual Autobiography of Sorts

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Last week I had to write my Spiritual Autobiography for the Spirituality and Counseling class I’m taking this quarter. This particular assignment scared me a bit. More than a bit. In fact, just thinking about this assignment made me itch. … Continue reading

Q is for Queer (of course it is): Pronouns, Gender, Identity, and More

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My apologies ahead of time for this very long blog. Hang in there Dear Readers. There is a lesson here. And in case you want to punch me in the nose after the next paragraph, I think I redeem myself … Continue reading

O is for Old? Nah. O is for being Open to Options

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Let’s face it, I’m old enough to be the mother of most of my classmates. Some days it’s more obvious than others. Like last week, in Crisis, Trauma, and Disaster Mental Health Counseling class, we were discussing the September 11 … Continue reading