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Healing from Sexual Abuse – A Transformational Journey – Part 20

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Okay so I didn’t go to bed.  I am aware that I am fighting myself and this process.  I am really struggling with vulnerability and what that means.  I can’t get past the belief that vulnerability and weakness are one in the name.  It really doesn’t matter what I was taught or why I have that belief system.  What matters is that I accept it, change it and live the rest of my life differently.

Spirit Dad:  Sounds like that makes you angry.  You got it intellectually again, but Mary look at the heart and see with the heart.  The same as you would with anyone else, do for yourself.

Mary:  When I do that, I don’t like what I see and then I don’t like myself and then I reject myself and I call myself names.

Spirit Dad:  That is productive.

Mary:  How does one get okay with vulnerability? …

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When Prostate Cancer Returns – The Mayo Clinic Process Continues…

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Not only is it disconcerting to find out that you have recurring prostate cancer, but then to have to deal with restrictive insurance companies and find out that it will only get worse, just adds icing to the cake of worry and stress.  The bright spot – dealing with the Mayo Clinic.

Health Care 2So here’s the deal.  You find you have a rising PSA when, without a prostate, your PSA should be zero.  Problem!

You then find that there is a wonderful test that potentially could identify where the growing prostate cancer is located so that appropriate treatment could take place.  Get the test!  Right?  Not so fast…

In the Mayo Clinic consult I find that in order for insurance to cover the test, they require other tests – CAT scan and Bone Scan – be done so that (my words – less expensive diagnostic tests) one can find out if…

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When Prostate Cancer Returns – One Man’s Chronicle – Where from Here? Part 2

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When you’ve lived for eight years seemingly cancer free and then have the rude awakening that – it’s back – I admit it does cause some serious questions to arise.  It seems that we all (well that’s not fair cause I don’t know what others think or feel – so I’ll speak for myself) live daily as if we’ll live forever.  We can look toward the future and plan for eventualities, but do we really ever normally think that life is far too short and precious not to be taking full Chuck Gallagheradvantage of the most of today?  Having my awareness changed by the recognition that I am not cancer free is creating an on going inner dialogue – a dialogue that I will share as this chronicle continues.

BUT WHERE FROM HERE?

Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus – the title of a popular book.  Guess I’ve…

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Sony A7 and A7R reviews: First impressions of the world’s first full-frame mirrorless cameras

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Life is all about compromises, but fans of full-frame and mirrorless cameras will be thrilled to hear that Sony has just removed a compromise we've long taken as an unfortunate fact of life. If you wanted a mirrorless camera, you had to live with — at best — an APS-C sensor. If you wanted a full-frame sensor, it had to come along with a bulky mirror box. There was no middle ground — at least, not until now. With the simultaneously-launched, full-frame Sony Alpha A7 and A7R mirrorless cameras, the company has demolished the…

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Sony A7 and A7R reviews: First impressions of the world’s first full-frame mirrorless cameras

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Life is all about compromises, but fans of full-frame and mirrorless cameras will be thrilled to hear that Sony has just removed a compromise we've long taken as an unfortunate fact of life. If you wanted a mirrorless camera, you had to live with — at best — an APS-C sensor. If you wanted a full-frame sensor, it had to come along with a bulky mirror box. There was no middle ground — at least, not until now. With the simultaneously-launched, full-frame Sony Alpha A7 and A7R mirrorless cameras, the company has demolished the…

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Sony RX10 review: First impressions of what might be the ultimate bridge camera

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Once a popular category, the market for enthusiast-grade, all-in-one cameras (aka “bridge” cameras) has been a little moribund in recent years, but the new Sony RX10 promises to breathe new life into the high end of the field. While there's been a steady stream of new bridge-camera models, increasingly compact and affordable mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras have squeezed the category unmercifully, making it harder to justify spending $500 to $600 on what's basically just a small-sensor camera. Canon upped the ante some in…

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