• CHANGING YOU IS HARD WORK & WORTH IT!

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • February 2, 2020
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    Changing yourself to become a better person is a valiant effort. Nothing is consistent about life except change. Embracing opportunities to learn & grow is something I never get tired of. Learning is beginning to think about things in a fresh, new way. That’s what I offer you here on… Continue Reading

  • Art & therapyidea: Both Attend to the Part that’s Missing or Lopsided

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • May 5, 2014
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    Improving self-awareness is often a key to success in psychotherapyidea. In sessions I often consider how someone is lopsided or what's missing. Three of the art works at the 2014 Carnegie International did exactly the same thing in paying attention to opposite energy. Fear is something many people are lopsided… Continue Reading

  • How to Live Better?

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • October 14, 2013
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    How to live better is a question we all should continue to ask ourselves. Aging well depends on updating your answers every year instead of maintaining the status quo. Sometimes its fear of a threat that gets us moving; "You are on the verge of being diabetic" my doctor said… Continue Reading

  • New Page for Website: Personal Growth & Reality

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • July 10, 2012
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    A post on personal growth received the most views in one day for my blog so I decided it was a good idea to build a new web page. Life is made up of our choices. We all make choices every day. We can make our bodies healthy or not,… Continue Reading

  • Increasing the Range of Who We Are

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • May 17, 2012
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    "Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." Anais Nin therapyidea is NOT about trying to take something away from you. We are all lopsided in various ways. I'm a risk taker & not as good at being careful. Growing to have more range means improving my risk taking… Continue Reading

  • What Personal Growth Requires (How to Invest in you, other people & fictional characters)

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • January 9, 2012
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    On vacation, I started my second book by Charles Cumming and I was surprised & delighted that Alec Milius was the central character yet again. One of the main ways I exact pleasure from reading is to fall in love with the characters' strengths & weaknesses over time. I believe… Continue Reading

  • Restoring Range & Wholeness to Your Identity

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • July 20, 2009
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    In the beginning couples are attracted to the differences in each other. This is because, somewhere deep down we know that two sets of differences make up a greater whole. This is why Charlie Brown and Lucy spend so much time together in the comics. Life will be more interesting… Continue Reading

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