Tag Archives: denial

Dancing With The Elephant

  We choose to see what we wish, or want, to see. We choose to not know what we don’t want to know. Denial is both a curse and a blessing. Denying the reality of the elephant that inhabits our … Continue reading

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Masks

An old friend of mine, wrote a blog yesterday,    http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=421091304&blogID=449405861    about the grief she felt concerning the suicide of a new friend. In it, she spoke quite eloquently about the masks we wear in public, sometimes in private. Use them to … Continue reading

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The Learning Process

Have you ever thought, or said aloud, “Well, I thought I knew that, but obviously I don’t”, or something similar in content? Perhaps you have inadvertently skipped, avoided, or simply never took one of the four steps in the Learning … Continue reading

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