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Enrichment Lesson Love is an action not a feeling. What is romantic love? Infatuation? Passion? Chemistry? A meeting of the heart, mind and soul. A combination of all those elements that instinctively draws us to one person over another. I rather like Dr G’s definition of love “a commitment to nurturing...

Enrichment Lesson “Nothing kills the taste of peanut butter quite like unrequited love,” Charlie Brown. For too long now I have lusted and desired after someone who is emotionally available to me. “Why can’t you see me as I truly am?” My heart cries, unwilling, or unable to accept that...

Enrichment Lesson If I want to author my own life, I can’t rely on someone else to make me feel good. A relationship that I thought showed real promise, recently ended abruptly. Admittedly this was my own stupid fault. My fear of intimacy reared its ugly head...

Enrichment Lesson True contentment is derived from self-love and acceptance. I am afraid of rejection, who isn’t? However the good Dr G put it to me recently that what I am really afraid of is intimacy. There are many aspects of intimacy that frighten me; losing my individuality,...

Enrichment Lesson "The most I can do for my friend is to simply be his friend." Henry David Thoreau Prior to cancer my mantra was “dry your eyes princess and toughen up.” Shit happens in life, sometimes for no apparent reason. I thought you just had to suck...

Enrichment Lesson Sometimes it's not all about me. There is nothing like the excitement of getting caught up in the thrill of possibilities. It’s like being a child waking up on Christmas morning. Take relationships, I love that I can still get excited about a first date...

Enrichment Lesson It's not the mistakes we make but the lessons we learn. Why is it that what we can’t have suddenly seems to be more desirable? I had an affair with a married man once, well actually twice but the second one doesn’t count because….well that’s another...