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Week 31: And Then It All Hit Me

Friday I had a meltdown. It was coming. People keep asking, ‘What’s wrong?’ Dude, what’s wrong is I did an Ironman and bounced back pretty well… 300 more words



Sometimes when sadness attempts to take me over or when I am simply unable to feel the wholeness of my Self and my Life at all,  I go back through the many thousands of photographs I have. 47 more words


Demolition day

When we bought the house, we couldn’t wait to get started. We only had a month to get as much remodel done as possible, pack our old house, find space in new house to actually live in, and to not break down. 409 more words


your inner child

keep your inner child alive

for they might be

the very reason you survive

this cruel and nasty

place we call earth

the place we’ve been set on since birth… 63 more words


The Best Recovery Practices for Endurance Athletes

You know that sensation, when you have bottomless power, breathing is deep, and pushing hard feels so good? When you are strong, motivated, and invincible. These are the days when you slay your training and smash your race goals. 1,382 more words


Professional development

This last discussion chimed in with a recognition that clinical interventions to change people’s lives would not be enough – the conviction I met in Bill Jordan that drove him to political engagement and to client led activities. 252 more words

Reframing Recovery

“Let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think.” -Romans 12:2

A friend once said they used to hate clichés until another perspective was presented to them. 912 more words