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How Does Life Love You?

I’m drafting this week’s post while flying home, after attending Dr. Robert Holden’s weekend Loveability program in New York based on his book with the same title, which I’ve written about in a few of my previous posts. I’m also writing through tears from feeling profoundly moved by what has been stirred within me just […]

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Love is the Answer

Every act of unkindness is a cry for help, a cry for love. They don’t know what they’re doing. Love them without needing to condone their behavior. See the truth of who they are. Send them love. The above came as part of the guidance I received this past Sunday morning, when I did my […]

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Honor: A Gift of Love

In the last year since the release of my book, in-person and online interactions have reinforced a few things I know about barriers to dreams and what keeps some stuck in a less than satisfying existence. At the root of it are trapped, old grievance stories and unconscious beliefs that we don’t deserve better. Even […]

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Returning to Me

It was a brilliant, sunny morning at a beautiful resort in Acapulco, Mexico. I was attending an important international conference, where I was presenting my own research papers, as well as being the chairperson and discussant on research panels. The day before, I ran into the spouse of a former professor, who exclaimed, “Alice, your […]

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