Love and Righteous Anger: A Personal 2017 Perspective

I love women’s anger. Without realizing it, I’ve been waiting my whole life for women all over the place to finally admit how PISSED they are. As a child, I was peripherally aware of my mother’s struggles against the entire fabric of society in order to be successful on Madison Avenue, rise in her field,… Continue reading Love and Righteous Anger: A Personal 2017 Perspective

Trust is Possible: a Thanksgiving Blog

Over the last four and a half years, I’ve written here about the beauty of the broken heart, some painful, enraging truths about the patriarchy and its toxic effect on the 51%, lots of self-reflection, and different stages of my own journey through the tangled woods. Sometimes the tree branches seem to come alive and… Continue reading Trust is Possible: a Thanksgiving Blog

Holding onto My Soul

Hope. Listening to Van Morrison singing “Wild Night” It lifts my feet and pushes up through my floating ribs. It reminds me, outside of consciousness, how I am still that same kid, back when hope was just part of my circulation, even when I had to learn the hard lessons. Even if love is withheld,… Continue reading Holding onto My Soul

Love Trumps Trump

Some things I know and feel no need to explain how I know them: Complaining is not healthy, even though we really want it to be. It can be addictive. It can even feel good… at first. But it’s bad voodoo. (Although I know I don’t need to provide a citation, this is a good… Continue reading Love Trumps Trump