Making connections that stand the wear and tear of life

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It’s when we share who we are – our hopes and fears, dreams and vulnerabilities – that real emotional connections are made.

Just talking about what we do is like reading a billboard on a wall. We can’t see what’s behind.

But let’s not forget that this is a two-way process. It also takes listening and noticing.

~ Celebrating the generous and gifted Diane F Wyzga, who kindly let me loose on her podcast Stories from Women Who Walk. Part I ships later today from the Pacific North West.

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