Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Kittycat Sutra

By Kelly Sauvage Angel When the student is ready, the teacher will come. ~ Unattributed   A wise one, a young lama of sorts with no robes nor grand lineage to speak of, entered my life recently. It was a … Continue reading

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The Long Shadow of Shame

“…shame relates to self, guilt to others.” Joseph Burgo, Ph.D. in a 2013 issue of Psychology Today. The Red Hot Chili Peppers song Under the Bridge has a refrain that goes, “I don’t ever want to feel / like I … Continue reading

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Why Our Stories Matter

By Sarah White I pull a battered blue folder off my shelf. In marker, I have printed “FIRST MONDAY FIRST PERSON” on the cover. I open that battered blue folder and look for my notes from our August meeting, the … Continue reading

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How it is Now, Living Alone

By Sariah Daine Yes, there is a freedom that comes with living alone. I can come and go as I please, eat when and what I desire, sleep when I want, whether the dishes are done or not, use the … Continue reading

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