Peace Partnership
1 Nov

Look Out – SAD Season Ahead!

  The Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a frigid winter in just a few short months. For many in the Midwest, as well as around the nation, this is a daunting and sad forecast. But for some, SAD is actually a legitimate reaction to winter weather. Around 4 to 6 percent of Americans struggle with Seasonal […]

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1 July

When Fear Reigns Supreme

“Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.” – Salvador Dali – Aeschylus wrote a famous Greek tragedy entitled, “The Eumenides.” In it he states, “There are times in life when fear is good. It must keep its watchful place at the heart’s controls.” Aeschylus makes us aware of something very insightful: fear […]

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1 Mar

Reality Is: Rehab ≠ Vacation

Pop quiz: What’s the most dangerous drug in the world? The answer might surprise you. You might think meth or prescription medications would be number one. But in a recent study prescription meds didn’t make an appearance until 10th on the list. Meth came in a respectable but distant 4thplace. The answer: alcohol. In a recent […]

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3 Nov

3 Holiday Lies Everyone Needs to Pass Up

“The Christmas holidays have this high value: that they remind forgetters of the forgotten & repair damaged relationships.” – Mark Twain –   I didn’t always enjoy the holiday season and like many of my clients, I used to loathe the time of year. It was another reminder of how great everyone else had it, and […]

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1 July

Am I Worthy?

Identity is a tricky thing. Each of us, on one level or another, identifies ourselves as something. We do this because identity helps us to determine our value. If you identify as someone polite and respected, you will most likely have a high sense of identity. If you identify as someone socially unacceptable then you will […]

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