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As I think about the upcoming year, I have no doubt there will be challenges. There’s so much happening on the planet right now and it’s easy to feel anxious about our future.

Cheryl Richardson > It’s What We Don’t Talk About That Hurts Us

Grief is like a shadow you can’t shake. As I go about my daily routine, one minute I feel normal as I drop packages off at the post office or pick up food at the grocery store. The next, reality hits and I feel bowled over by a wave of sadness that rushes through me.

Cheryl Richardson > Feeling Resentful? Do This

Last week, while listening to a program about self-care coping strategies, I heard a therapist talk about what she recommends to clients who feel chronically resentful – a harmful, debilitating state of mind.

Cheryl Richardson > Is It Time To Prune Your Life?

It's tree-pruning time in New England and I recently spent an afternoon with Jim, our gardener, learning about how to support the trees we've planted in our yard.  As it turns out, the care and nurturing of trees can teach us a few things about the care and nurturing of our lives.    

Cheryl Richardson > What If This Is It?

As I get older, I no longer want these experiences to be fleeting or undervalued in my life.  I want them to matter as much as my work, my connection to loved ones, my ambition.  

Perspective is a powerful healing force. When we shift how we look at something, we open the door to new possibilities.

Every now and then I have a moment of clarity when I suddenly see myself in a way that promotes change.

Am I the only one who gets this upset, I thought to myself as I sat in the car crying? Maybe I’m just too sensitive. Does anyone else fantasize about moving to a cabin in the middle of nowhere, away from cars and roads and anything that might cause harm to wildlife?

Cheryl Richardson > A Valentine for the weary

I’m on a plane heading home after teaching in Seattle. It was a full-on, fun weekend and in lieu of writing a new blog, I’m sharing a poem by one of my favorite poets, John O’Donohue.

Cheryl Richardson > Who Are The Sheep In Your Herd?

I’m no longer willing to spend the precious time I have left on the planet dodging sarcasm, feigning interest in boring topics, or defending my choice to live an examined life.

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