Tag: women

Girl Talk: Making New Friends…Guys and Music

Last week, my friend Teri texted me about going out with her and some of her friends. “There’s a guy involved,” she said. I’m game! I’m always up for supporting girlfriends on a manhunt! Besides, I’m crazy about Teri, so I was positive I’d meet some great new friends. Believe it or not, I am

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The Nothing Box and The Exasperating Web…Men and Women’s Brains

I don’t think it’s anything profound to say that men and women think very differently. So, I won’t say it. There are a variety of reasons that we do. If I can think of the brain as one of the organs in my body, I realize that it’s impacted by all kinds of “physical” things.

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Okay, Cupid…..Let’s Do This Online

I was reading through Freshly Pressed today to see what other bloggers are writing about, and I found a fellow blogger who posted about online dating. I was laughing reading it, and I realized that I haven’t written my online dating blog yet. I’ve written on The Balding of the Beaver (yes, that beaver), emotional

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Mid-week Share: The Powerful Art of Listening

We had a newcomer in our Al-Anon meeting this week. She was in tears, and I so remembered that first day I walked into my first Al-Anon meeting. I was in so much pain. I was afraid. The only thing I could do was cry. I was so overwhelmed with my life, and what I

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Girl Talk: Who Says Girls Can’t Lead?

Gretchen, a new friend of mine is starting to run again. She posted on Facebook that she was looking for a running coach, preferably male, because they have been the ones that have pushed her the most in the past. We talked on the phone yesterday, and she said she was blown away that she

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Women’s Questers…Here’s to You…Fabulous You!

When I was in Costa Rica, I wrote about the surfer boys. And, truthfully, they were worth writing about. OMG…they were beautiful. But, I really need to write about the girls..women…goddesses.…on that trip. It was a Women’s Quest, after all. It was all about us and exploring what it is like to be women among

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