I got to know the author Richard Paul Evans several years ago when I joined his program helping authors get their books published. There are so many things I came to love about that man, and one of them is ...
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I just finished serving 13 years as an elected official in my city.  It was one of the hardest things I have ever done, but I also loved it. During this service, I had the opportunity to run for election ...
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I was out shopping the other day and made a quick stop at a store for one item. I made the purchase and hurried out to my car, got in and turned the key. Nothing happened. I tried again, and ...
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It’s easy to blame your lack of energy on the grief you’re feeling over the loss of your partner. The combination of overwhelming sad thoughts, a lack of sleep plus the added responsibilities you may have as a single person ...
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A new idea. Sometimes that’s all it takes to turn a corner. Often when I’ve been struggling with something - with grief, with disappointment, with the actions of another, or with a situation beyond my control, I have found that ...
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Today I planted a little garden:  Two tomato plants, two butternut squash, a spaghetti squash and three cucumber plants.  While I am not a gardener, I do know zucchini secretly wants to take over the world, so I didn't plant ...
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After the death of your partner, have you been left with a never-ending stream of paperwork? Furthermore, have you spent many weeks or more looking for important paperwork, phone numbers of people you need to contact, or been generally frustrated ...
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