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Happy Valentine’s Day or Why Love “Spells” Are A Bad Idea

Every once in a while, someone comes to me and says, “I’m in love with ____, but they don’t love me. What can I do?” I sympathize. I think everyone does. We’ve all been in that situation when we are … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a very difficult holiday for me. On one hand, I am a mother. I have a 19 year old son that I absolutely adore. He is smart and funny and talented and off to college to study … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving and Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving is an almost exclusively US holiday and cultural ritual (at least as celebrated in November, my understanding is there is a Canadian version in October). It is used as a reason to get together with friends or family, share … Continue reading

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