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SkatingThru2012 · 20h ago

Excerpt 12 from CYCLING in the CITY

The library ride helped me understand my fear of riding, the loneliness, and why I was so addicted to keeping a journal.
SkatingThru2012 · 1w ago

Excerpts 10-11 from CYCLING in the CITY

My goals were both physical and emotional. I wanted to get exercise. I wanted to get back in shape. But I also wanted my confidence and self-esteem back! Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 2W ago

Excerpt 9, CYCLING in the CITY

I would use my special education skills to develop a program that would heal that woman, move her from where she was to where she wanted to be. And her bicycle was the vehicle that would get...
SkatingThru2012 · 3W ago

Excerpts 7-8 from CYCLING in the CITY

I envisioned myself pushing a grocery cart around town with all my belongings in it... I began to mentally see myself as a client, as in Fritz Perls’ technique of using an empty chair to exp...
SkatingThru2012 · 4W ago

Excerpts 5-6 from CYCLING in the CITY

Crying at the movie alerted me to the fact that I really was as sick emotionally as the psychiatrist had told me I was. I never cry. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

On Her Own

We can rise above FEAR and choose to live in a different space, a more loving, positive space. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

“Life in California, September 1989”

I had inadvertently opened myself to the Tao, the natural flow of energy in the universe. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

What’s in a Name? A Lot!

What's in a name? Apparently a lot! I just discovered that some of my books were attributed to another author on Goodreads. Continue reading →
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

Excerpt from #2 Burnout Series & “Weird” Update

I sensed that this was a sign of how it was going to be – that I would be watched over and protected, even by strangers, like the boy in the filling station who had phoned to say he’d found ...
SkatingThru2012 · 1M ago

Miracle in Purgatory, July 1989

I had to choose between staying in my secure position and leaving to take care of myself. Continue reading →