By Wendi Knox I know this isn’t a condition that’s commonly discussed. A) Because it’s so uncomfortable. B) Because I just made it up. Of course, there’s lots of talk about “empty nests. ” But you don’t need to be sending a kid off to college to feel that deep, hollow ache of “NOW WHAT?”  echoing …

Uncomfortable talks you should have with your Doctor By Dr. Karen Hardart As women move beyond the child-bearing years, their responsibilities and sources of stress can shift and even increase. But the transition from mommy to midlife shouldn’t be a crisis. Women in their forties and fifties are often called the sandwich generation for a…

By Rebecca Perkins Reprinted From The Huffington Post  “I’m not interested in being perfect when I’m older. I’m interested in having a narrative. It’s the narrative that’s really the most beautiful thing about women.” – Jodie Foster There used to be a time (and in certain cultures this still exists) when women of a certain…

by J. Ruth Gendler may you see the shadows of sky in the ocean may your heart be gentle and steady may you eat organic blueberries and apricots from a beautiful bowl may you travel to the countries (landscapes) that sing to your soul may children laugh at your jokes may you be free to…

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Donna Henes

Donna Henes is an internationally renowned urban shaman, ritual expert, award-winning author, popular speaker and workshop leader whose joyful celebrations of celestial events have introduced ancient traditional rituals and contemporary ceremonies to millions of people in more than 100 cities since 1972. She has published four books, a CD, an acclaimed Ezine and writes for The Huffington Post and UPI Religion and Spirituality Forum. Mama Donna, as she is affectionately called, maintains a ceremonial center, spirit shop, ritual practice and consultancy where she works with individuals, groups, institutions, municipalities and corporations to create meaningful ceremonies for every imaginable occasion.

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