From the monthly archives:

July 2009

In search of me – Day 19

by Carolyn on July 31, 2009

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What makes you cry? Tweet

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Too much information

by Carolyn on July 30, 2009

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If I had to choose one word to characterize how I viewed my parent’s divorce as a child, I would have called it ‘amicable’.  That all too broadly used term assigned to divorces when the couple are not trying to tear each other’s throats out in public.  It doesn’t mean the divorce wasn’t painful.  It […]

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In search of me – Day 18

by Carolyn on July 30, 2009

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Do you give enough to those less fortunate than you? Tweet

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In search of me – Day 17

by Carolyn on July 29, 2009

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What are your core values? Limit it to 5 or less, so pick your most important ones! Tweet

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The conflict and the resolution

by Carolyn on July 28, 2009

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Most of us don’t seek out conflict.  Although there are a few who seem to revel in it’s flurry and rush, the majority desire only peace.  But being fallibly human and wielding our free will; conflict is undoubtedly inevitable.  We hurt each other’s feelings.  We make each other angry.  And we certainly don’t always agree.  […]

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In search of me – Day 16

by Carolyn on July 28, 2009

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Okay, don’t be scared now: What is your biggest fear? Tweet

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In search of me – Day 15

by Carolyn on July 27, 2009

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Can you believe we are half way through already?  Can you believe we still have as long to go?  I hope you all are still finding this exercise useful.  I know I am.  I’m thinking and learning so much about myself!  So here’s number 15: What’s next for you? Tweet

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I found an article today.  It was written in 2005 by Elizabeth Marquardt and was published in the Chicago Tribune on November 6th. While reading it, I was nearly stunned.  Because she was writing about me!  It was almost like she had come here to this site and read all of my posts (which of […]

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