Rachel Curry

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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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Jan 15

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She was pointing with her middle finger

Last week, a friend of mine shared some stories with me about when she was young and moved to the states. She joked about being intrigued by the pencil sharpeners and confused by the Pledge of Allegiance, (both which seem commonplace to me having grown up in this country). As time passed, she began to […]

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Dec 14

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Is the advice you’re getting in line with who you want to be?

So you’re talking to someone and they’re giving you some great advice. You’re like, “Yeah, that’s exactly what I should do!” HOLD UP. Look at the person’s life. Is it what you want? Are the results they are generating (in their marriage, their business, their career, their job, their ...

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Nov 11

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When You Greet Me, I Practice

I’m getting better at this thing called practice.  It’s never exactly the same.  It can be short or long, meditation or visualization, focused on a reading or an image.  Whatever form it takes, my goal is always to develop discipline and focus in the rest of life, and to honor what is in the current […]

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