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Mixed feelings, ambivalence, indecision, various perspectives, contradictions, dichotomies--these are just some of the ways that can prompt us to say, "Yes and No."
 
At the very least, "Yes and No" can set the stage for reconsidering assumptions, judgments and beliefs.
 
So, join us tonight as Rochelle and I explore what it might take to get to a resounding "yes," a decisive "No,"or a determined "maybe"-- regarding the issues that determine the direction and quality of our lives.  
 

​Have you had the experience of a bunch of people yelling "Surprise" at you?  Imagine my surprise when I walked into a friend's house and not only did the group say, "Surprise," but my friend, Jeremy, started spraying me with a water bottle.

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​Well, maybe you do. Rochelle and I have become particularly sensitive to the "You have no idea"  phenomenon in light of our son and his spouse's 6 mo old baby.  As Ian, my son, shared with me, he had no idea of what it would actually be like to be parenting. While Rochelle and I have some idea, we've probably forgotten most of it.  Who knew?

For years I thought I was ahead of my time.  Then one day I woke up and realized that................ I was beside myself.

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"Oh, right... reliefe......thanks.....whew!   What a relefe, because that is our focus for tonight's "Insight Out-the Naked Truth" 7 PM PT Live

"Getta outta here."  "That's gonna be your topic?" Why does that deserve to be a topic?"

"Ok.  For starters, it's chuck full of possibilities to find new meanings and to re-frame the old ones."