It was the strong women he loved to play the distancing game with. Watching a wild mare turn soft and pleading was an ego high.
Month: January 2013
We think of self sabotage as something the other person does. Over reacting can cause us to apologize for nothing, to spend more then we should or say words we can’t take back.
When I was in my 30’s I asked a sweating woman having hot flashes next to me at work what it was like having MenoPause. She looked at me, smiled, and said “You know I am a gentle person right? I would never hurt anyone. Last week in the store I wanted to kill a… Read more »
Dreams are the the great hiccup in which all creatures can transcend the boundaries of time; past, present and future. From the moment children stand on a chair and see the world from a higher perspective, they dream of the day they will have more power. We carefully sculpt our lives around these visions, following… Read more »
My father was a history teacher and whether building a kite or watching thunder storms, children and animals were drawn to him. It seemed even when not in the class room, he loved to teach. My grandmother and mother also were teachers, as is my sister. Born Indigo, with “Additional Dimension Disorder”, my greatest challenge… Read more »
The great poker players of life can don masks and remove them fluidly without a twinge of self doubt. Man the strategist, often masks his way to the top. For some of us just to smile in a camera creates crooked tight lipped facial freeze.