the American oxymoron “happy memorial day”..

I caught myself the other day at work being like every other ignorant American and wished my client a “happy” memorial day..i retracted my statement immediately with a look of apology thinking what an oxymoron that is and how truly insensitive it is to our people and country, as if we have been brainwashed to make it about …

be brave and sort your shit out, one sword at a time

some of greatest personal tragedies is the fact that we become incapable of finding a way out of our circumstances, making everybody else the villain within the story of our surroundings..we become crippled with fear often leading to depression symptoms that paralyzes the ability to see clearly in a dense foggy situation that appears graver than it really …

one size never fits all….

practice your truth, repetitively over and over again, so your inner guidance can radiate in becoming a stronger voice than that of the self that is self sabotaging..listen to your gut in a way that it naturally responds to what is happening around you instead of seeking the advice of your sorority sisters or fraternity brothers whos view and perception is …

let me show you one time what its like to be you in the eyes and heart of me

I had a conversation the other day with a client of mine about “tough love”.  I have actually never really liked this word & believe at times I have had to administer  “strong love” for myself and especially when it had come to parenting my own children and external relationship outside myself with situations that was in need of reconstruction and boundaries.. sometimes in …

i had a gold card status of this defective behavior

do you ever sometimes find it hard to be naturally happy for some one else’s success..do you find yourself deliberately bashing and wanting to sabotage somebody else metaphorical parade because it was them instead of you on that beautiful float getting and receiving all the attention..what is that and why do we tend do it when some one other than ourselves is shining in …

IDF Mommie

Posted on March 10, 2016 by magicalmaven Standard im not your typical army parent, for my daughter Shezaf isn’t in America serving this country, yet chose to serve her country of origin, the place of her birth, Israel..Although she has spent her entire life here in Michigan from the cradle age of 7 months, it was …