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Cheryl Richardson > Enter the “You’ve Paid Your Dues” stage of life

After my dad died last November, I made a deeper commitment to my own health. Watching him go in and out of hospitals treated by well-intentioned, yet overburdened caregivers, made me vow to do whatever I could to stay out of that system.

Here's what happens when you turn a problem into a divine assignment.

For six months I was annoyed by the message that kept popping up on my TV: Time to upgrade your equipment, please click here to order.

Cheryl Richardson > If You’re Feeling Anxious, Please Do This.

On Friday night, my husband Michael and I had dinner with two friends who are healthcare professionals in private practice. During the meal, I asked how their patients were doing given the stressful political climate.

Cheryl Richardson > What To Do When Fear and Anger Take Over

Our greatest contribution to humanity is made when we make the evolution of our own consciousness our first priority.

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.

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.

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