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“Depression: Out of the Shadows” – Powerful PBS Documentary


[Although this was posted in my ‘Back to the Beginning’ posts, dated June 2010, I wanted to re-post it because I watched the video again online and there is so much great information, I HAVE to mention it again.  I … Continue reading

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Back to the Beginning: Petrified! (posted Oct. 7, 2008)


I have only recently become aware of my fear – and its magnitude – at this potential loss of house and pets. Sure, it’s something I’ve faced since losing my job in 2002, but now, it is up close and … Continue reading

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Back to the Beginning: What is the Benefit of Judging Others? (posted Sept. 23, 2008)


I’ve been thinking about judging… I know a part of life is judging other people’s character to determine whether that person would make a good partner, husband, wife, employee, tenant, apprentice, babysitter, etc. We discern whether a person is suitable … Continue reading

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