33. Getting Real About Anger

33. Getting Real About Anger

So often as women, we’re taught to downplay our anger. That’s simply not what “good girls” do. Yet, in the process, we miss key learning opportunities to truly allow ourselves space to notice when our boundaries have been violated, our buttons pushed, and when we need...
30. Aging with Grit and Grace

30. Aging with Grit and Grace

The older we get, the more we must be willing to celebrate every age…and to endure when you hit those times of adversity. No one has taught me those lessons more than my “crazy” aunt Sue Thompson, and my mother, Jan Zuehlke, Ph.D. From overcoming blood cancer and...
28. It’s Never Too Late!

28. It’s Never Too Late!

By the time we reach mid-life, we’re tempted believe our best days are behind us. “This is just the way it is,” we tell ourselves. Whether through societal, family, or cultural beliefs, we come to believe we have a very narrow slice of the pie available to us. And...