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I don’t often get back to this old blog of mine, but I have exciting news!
AN EBOOK ON DEALING WITH NARCISSISTS
This month, I’ve launched a second ebook! This time with co-author Betsy Wuebker of Passing Thru. The new ebook is The Narcissists: A User’s Guide.
Betsy and I had our fill of emotional predators, narcissistic types, [...]

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The self defense book for everyone I’ve been talking about is finally published and downloadable!
My first book is an e-book - Think Like a Black Belt - Take Charge of Your Own Safety.
And check out some reviews:
This one is from Betsy Wuebker, written on her blog Passing Thru:
“Think Like a Black Belt - Take Charge [...]

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Blog writing has been a process of discovery for me. Reading and chiming in on other blogs has helped as well. Even Twitter opened my eyes to some realizations.
But it was reading a book in the Bible called Ecclesiastes again recently that finalized some insights for me. The author of Ecclesiastes had enough money, clarity, [...]

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After being in a legalistic cult for several years, I found my well-worn Bible to be an irritant for years. Every time I opened it, I could see and hear preachers of my past explaining a non-authentic view of Christianity. My side notes, the dog-eared chapter tabs, and underlined passages all reminded me of wrong [...]

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Do you fake it to make it?

A story from the teachings of Buddha that asks, “Who are you really?”
Once there lived a housewife named Vedehika who had a reputation for gentleness, modesty, and courtesy. She had a housemaid named Kali who was efficient and industrious and who managed her work well.
Then it occurred to Kali the housemaid, “My mistress has a [...]

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