Perfecting the “I’m Fine”

A couple years ago, I was struggling with severe postpartum depression and was speaking to a friend about it.  The response that I received from this individual was quite remarkable.  She showed a genuine level of disbelief and responded with…
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5 Sanity Savers When Life Brings On Chaos

We can all agree that these are unprecedented times.  We are all collectively experiencing a litany of emotions and may feel like life has been thrown into complete chaos.  Many of us are trying to re-examine our current "go to" coping strategies…
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What Do You Own?

Stumbling Point I recently went through a Parathyroidectomy to cure a disease that I'd been unknowingly fighting for years. I went into the operating room with a long list of symptoms including extreme fatigue, anxiety, kidney stones, joint/bone…
Create Honesty - Walk by Faith Not by Sight

Walk by Faith

Hitting the Reset Button I recently spent a week in Maine on vacation with my two sons and husband.  This vacation was a way to hit the reset button for everyone. We'd spent the last five years tackling a litany of stressful situations. …
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I cried for all the women

Today, I cried for all the women of the world. I cried for all of those who have been lied to by the patriarchy of their community. For those that truly believe they are not good enough based on the words and expressions of others. For the…

3 Things I Learned From 550 Women

Last week, I had the privilege of being part of the launch of the 1st Annual MetroWest Conference for Women.  Not only did I participate in the planning/execution as a Board Member - but I also had the amazing experience of being a member of…

Unconditional Love & Acceptance

My 4 year old son was so excited to go to preschool wearing his new sweatshirt.  Little kids are amazing because they find such a profound amount of joy in the simple things of life like an article of clothing or small gesture.  It's something…

5 Ways to Start Living an Authentic Life

In my line of work, the most common question I receive is - "how can someone live authentically?"  This is always a tricky question to answer because I want to be considerate of the person on the receiving end of my response.  There is never…

The Pain of Transformation

The day I realized something had changed - I found myself in the car with my husband and our almost 1 year old.  We were sitting in traffic coming out of Boston during rush hour.  My husband was trying to have a conversation with me - about…