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Sometimes Happily Ever After Looks Different

Ken and I don’t talk publicly about the end of our marriage. The main reason is that it is none of anyone’s business. It’s an interwoven tale that took two-plus decades to write and it’s still being written. It’s been six years since we...

The Changing Face of Depression & Anxiety

Over the weekend I was the guest of a friend at a conference. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but the growing restlessness and angst I’ve felt for several months seems to be sticking around and getting worse, like an untreated cavity I’m trying to ignore. I’m vaguely,...

Divine Intervention

26 years ago today I was 19 and working at Global Travel Too in the Haight District of San Francisco. I drove that day because of the World Series, normally taking Bart and Muni. I normally left at 5pm and was on the Bay Bridge about 5 minutes later, but that day an...

Dads Never Leave You

I dreamed of my Daddy last night. One of those vivid dreams where you can almost swear that you’re in their presence. I love those dreams because it gives me faith in the Universe that those we love never really leave you – they just change energy into something else....

The Whole Soul of Motherhood

I have a lot of kids. I mean, like a LOT of kids. Like the old woman that lived in the shoe. Except with a cappuccino machine. Only two were gestated. The rest were gifts. Some were wrapped up nice and pretty, and some just sort of showed up alongside the others. Some...