Rachel Curry

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Nov 17

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When it is freely given, it is so sweet

We got her from a neighbor who was leaving and couldn’t keep her. She was quiet. She didn’t bite. Three weeks pass. She settles into our space and our patterns. When we take her out of her cage, she tentatively finds a comfortable spot behind a pillow or under a blanket. Two months in. She is very […]

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Mar 16

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Only I don’t have baby dragons…

No matter where I am in the world, I seem to power down in the winter months. It’s my pattern and I honor it. There’s something magic about coming out of hibernation from the winter. The sun is out, flowers return, people are outside playing…everything feels more alive. Being a March baby, spring emerges right ...

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Jun 15

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What a California move looks like

As some of you know, I coach parents, teens and families, helping them develop mutual trust, love and respect in their relationships. Much of my coaching is done over the phone; many of my clients find it to be the most convenient way to work. I recently moved across the country, and am now based […]

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May 15

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New chapter, new season

For as long as I can remember, I have not enjoyed goodbyes. I’ve sometimes tried to make them easier by saying, “See you later” instead, but there are times that this is just not true. There are some people and places that I will never see again.  In a past apartment, I had a favorite tree. Seeing it as I […]

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Nov 13

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Attitude check

You don’t deserve anything for just getting out of bed this morning, but you are worthy of respect, love, kindness and compassion simply for being human.  It’s time to be a little more conscious, friends.  Ask yourself, Is my behavior deserving of respect, love, kindness, and compassion? AND, if you’re up for a ...

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