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It feels so good to relax in the soft breeze at the top of the trail.
An email comment by new listener, Marie, triggers me to ponder the whole topic of being authentic and how that can impact our relationships. Shout-outs also go to Nancy, Sandy and Janet. I recommend a great podcast interview done by Alen Standish, of Quit Binge Eating, with Michelle Cleary that I listened to on my way up the trail. I remind the brave companions that my 20th anniversary is coming up and so the podcast will have a larger gap than usual before the next episode.
Here I’m experimenting to see if I can email a “Hello” photo from the mountain top to new listener, Marie. Guess I was just in the mood for silly selfies today!
By mistake I took this photo of my boots, but kind of liked it!
I surprised a deer on the trail. We spent several minutes just staring at each other until the deer decided I was trustworthy enough that she could go back to eating. A few moments later, she was joined by her mate. Pretty big up close.
Quit Binge Eating – Alen Standish’s interview with therapist, Michelle Cleary
Sandy’s comment about the healing and support of the brave companions.
Our new “Who are the Brave Companions” page. Come tell your story!
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Host: Laurie Weaver
Main Theme: I’m Letting Go by Josh Woodward from The Simple Life Part 1
Resource of the day
A really good PDF created for the Faculty and Employee Assistance program of the University of Virginia that briefly outlines communication styles and tells how to try for assertive vs. passive, passive-aggressive or aggressive communication styles.