I didn't actually disappear, folks. I've been busy bloggin' at The Information You Should've Had, working full time with my hypnosis and coaching clients, continuing my education, fostering my women's Facebook group, and basically tryin' to be a decent wonderwife and mom of many. Two Important Notes: (1) Since my domain name mickiallen.com was quickly usurped… Continue reading Yeah, She’s Still Alive
Hey, Folks! I didn't fall off the face of the planet. I've been busy setting up my life coaching practice and gettin' lotsa learnin' about intimacy (yeah, sex) and relationship stuff so I can encourage other women to be happy and healthy in their interpersonal relationships and be more passionate about their sexuality. I really… Continue reading Micki’s Moved
My quest to understand what the dying see began w… Source: Why the Dying See Their Deceased Relatives Before They Go
Sometimes I wonder if we as adults make it hard for kids to want to be adults. In trying to make them responsible people, we focus on the responsibilities of adulthood, often to the exclusion of an… Source: Just thinking
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What do you do when your partner is having a panic attack or a depressive episode?
It can be really scary and super frustrating watching someone you love go through an episode, especially if you don’t know how to be helpful.
This Meltdown Guide was created to help those of you who are in love with people who struggle with anxiety and depression to feel like you can be helpful when your partner seems to be spiraling.
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Borrowed Time, a short film that Pixar animators Lou Hamou-Lhadj and Andrew Coats made as a side project. The piece, which has toured film festivals and is now available on Vimeo for a limited time, is expressly about loss and mourning. source: The Verge
I just turned two score and six years a few weeks back and lemme tell you, I'm not as upset as most Hollywood-types would have had me believe. In fact, I'm not bothered by it at all. Maybe it's because I was already braced for it, but I think that bein' closer to the Big Five-Oh… Continue reading The Fabulousness of Forty-something
I just spent the afternoon watching episodes of the 1970s television series Wonder Woman, starring the radiant Lynda Carter. What an adorable heroine she was. She was a sweet, but sober, visitor to America, whose naiveté made her all the more charming. I noticed that she smiled and laughed. A lot. She was cheerful and happy. It was a joy… Continue reading Whatever Happened to the Sweet & Happy Heroine?
"As I saw more beauty in others' uniqueness, I began to appreciate my own." ~Sarah Winifred Searle I'm so pleased to have been recommended to this wonderful woman by my talented friend Kat. Check out Sarah Winifred Searle's pithy comic titled Fatness, Femininity, and the Media We Deserve.