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Day 1045: Sit down

How much do you sit down, during a typical day?

During the work week, I sit down while facilitating groups and individual therapy. Other people sit down, too, during those sessions. 269 more words

Personal Growth

Day 1026: Unfamiliar Territory

This title represents unfamiliar territory for this blog — I’ve never written about “Unfamiliar Territory” before.

However, this topic is familiar territory for me and for the people who see me for individual or group therapy. 342 more words

Personal Growth

Change Partners

I’m old enough to have been a huge fan of Crosby Stills and Nash from the start, and used to listen to Songs for Beginners by Nash to help me through maths cramming but have always favoured Stills, as a far more cerebral musician – he writes pop music structured more like symphonies, and is the most politically active of a politically active band. 364 more words


Someday Soon: Ian & Sylvia, and Judy Collins

Hello there! In this week’s blog we consider Someday Soon, one of my favorite folk songs from the 60s. We will review the original version by Ian & Sylvia, and a cover of that song by Judy Collins. 1,710 more words

Pop Music

All about A song 'Tis the People

‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink; but he whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves his conduct, will pursue his principles unto death. 106 more words


What's That Sound?

When the house is quiet, I hear sounds that I don’t recognize and cannot place. There are clicks and whirrs from appliances, creaks from wood expanding and contracting, and various other sounds that bother me. 486 more words

Living And Learning

CSN Review

Photos by Chris Jenkins 

 “Thanks for coming out in the rain — y’all are some brave sons of bitches,” David Crosby on Wednesday said as Crosby, Stills and Nash launched into their opening number, “Carry On/Questions” before a half-filled Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. 606 more words