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Accomplishment
Wilkinson Rebecca

12/18 Human Beings versus Human Doings

December 2018 John Bradshaw, author of the seminal book Healing the Shame that Binds You, was one of the first people to introduce into modern vernacular the notion that we are Human BE-ings not Human DO-ings. This catchy expression has

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Affirmations
Wilkinson Rebecca

11/18 Gratitude Affirmations

Last month, Gioia hosted a Health Fair wellness booth at Prince George’s County Community College where she counsels young college students.  Being an art therapist, she wanted to do something interactive with art materials but she knew that most of the

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Priorities
Wilkinson Rebecca

10/18 Anything But Not Everything

October 2018 Rebecca’s husband once said “When I was growing up, my mother always told me I could do anything I wanted but she didn’t tell me I couldn’t do everything that I wanted”. It’s a high quality problem when

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Awareness
Wilkinson Rebecca

09/18 Get Naked

September 2018 Recently, a buddy of ours, Eric, who we could rightfully call an experience junky said his friend Caroline had gone to a transformational retreat in which she spent the week naked.  We’re always tuned in to innovative workshops, but

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Authentic Happiness Website
Wilkinson Rebecca

08/18 Out of the Mouth of Babes

August 2018 Summer is over and so ends our youth series. We thank Tabitha, Gioia’s 18 year old daughter, for reminding us how easy it is to not only take the people that we care about for granted but to

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Attending to the Good
Wilkinson Rebecca

07/18 42 Small Things That Had a Positive Impact

July 2018 Annabel, Gioia’s 16 year-old daughter, reappears this month as the subject of our summer “Youth Series”. Similar to last month’s theme, “Attending to the Good “, which is designed to bring conscious focus to what is functioning in

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