Tag Archives: change

Crisp Day And Tender Memory by Carol

My friend went apple on a beautiful early fall day. The sun was shining, there was a light but crisp breeze blowing, the leaves were changing colors and, in the middle of the orchard, the smell of apple was in the air … in all ways it was a perfect day. He discovered different apple [...]


Voici mon histoire!

Nous sommes très heureux d’accueillir des nouveaux membres à notre famille Recovery Talks. Nous tenions à souhaiter le bienvenu à Ghislaine Provost, qui par son premier billet nous touche et nous inspire. Et vous, qu’en pensez-vous ? Bonjour, mon nom est Ghislaine Provost. J’ai entendu parler de ce blogue par Linda Lee Ross et je [...]


Luc Vigneault est une personne

  La date est le 5 mai 2013, l’Émission est «Tout le monde en parle ». Un mur tombe. Une date à retenir. Un moment mémorable et un pas de plus pour combattre la stigmatisation. Un homme au rire inimitable blague avec Dany Turcotte et Guy A. Lepage. Il discute avec tous les invités présents. On [...]


Ridin’ Cowgirl ☆ ☆ ☆

A cowgirl gets up in the morning, decides what she is going to do and does it. -Marie Lords, 1861 Gritty but glamorous, keeping up with the boys but always a lady, a hard worker who loves her animals as much as she would ever love a man, the Cowgirl mystique. What makes some women [...]

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Travel is quite the Learning Curve by Carol

Traveling is part of an important learning curve with regards to rituals, anxiety, fear and acceptance of change. For some the ability to cope in a new environment can be easier, while extremely difficult for others. There are in fact, people who chose not to travel due to shear terror. I’ve traveled extensively to tropical [...]

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The Rewards of Patience…is Patience

I’m tired of being me, And I don’t like what I see, I’m not who I appear to be – Lyrics to Extreme’s ‘Am I ever gonna change‘ Almost every day, something in my work or home life reminds of the role acceptance plays in our lives. Quite ironically perhaps, acceptance can play a huge [...]