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Wanna know the #1 reason for unhappiness?

Have you ever wondered why not everyone is happy and at peace? Unless you’re an analytical nerd like me you probably haven’t… but seriously, now that I mention it, isn’t it a curious mystery? Why in the world isn’t everyone walking around smiling and overflowing with peace?  Everyone wants to be happy don’t they?  So […]

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What If You Fall?

Everything thing can change in an instant. Scary isn’t it??…. or is it? Well, it depends on how you look at it. With a mind geared toward expecting the worst, yes, its very scary.  Many of us are in the habit of expecting the worse. What if it doesn’t work? What if she/he doesn’t like […]

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Survivor To Aliver – The Concept – From “You Survived… Now What?”

The Survivor To Aliver concept was inspired by my personal journey of survival after being raped as a high school junior by my teacher. Following an eleven month process in the court system to bring him to justice (which didn’t look too much like justice after all was said and done), I continued life not […]

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Your story is a gift – Please share

I’m looking for people who are willing to share their story to be highlighted in a weekly feature I will be releasing soon called “Aliver Chronicles.”  My goal is to share the journeys of those who have experienced abuse, war, rape, divorce, financial devastation, loss of a loved one, and any other challenging life experience […]

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In a funk?? Get out now!

Even though I’ve been in the advanced stage of healing for a while now, it seems inevitable that from time to time, I fall into a funk.  I suddenly get down on myself, struggle to get along with others, and lose that sense of being an Aliver.  I discuss this reality in my book in […]

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I always go first

Having experienced extensive hurt by being sexually abused by my brother for a majority of my childhood and raped by my high school teacher, to say that I had trust issues for a majority of my adulthood would be an understatement.  Two people who I was supposed to be able to trust violated my trust […]

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